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Save 35% on Our Recent Spring Releases

Posted Jun 06 2013 8:31am
Resilience, Regeneration, and Rights these are the three “Rs” covered by several recent releases.

Whether you want to read an in-depth guide to personal preparedness and homestead resiliency ; how to grow food in hotter, drier climates ; save money (and the environment) with a green home makeover ; or learn more about the emerging battle over food sovereignty in the U.S., we have the right book for you.

Since 1984, Chelsea Green has published books at the vanguard of sustainable living and our latest offerings keep that tradition alive and thriving. Aside from the three most recent releases featured below, check out additional sale titles from our Spring list to inspire you in your backyard or your community.

Happy reading from the folks at Chelsea Green Publishing!

P.S. In case you missed it, The New York Times profiled The New Horse-Powered Farm and its author Stephen Leslie in a feature about draft power as a re-emerging trend in farming. You can see Leslie at work in the fields with his Fjord’s in this special Times slideshow

The Resilient Farm and Homestead CoverRetail: $40.00Discount: $26.00

The Resilient Farm and Homestead will be essential reading for the serious prepper as well as for everyone interested in creating a more resilient lifestyle or landscape.”Carol Deppe, author of The Resilient Gardener

“This intelligent, challenging book, rooted somewhere between back-to-the-land idealism and radical survivalism, sees resilience as both planting and building for the use of future generations …. ”Publisher’s Weekly, Starred Review

ife, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Food Rights Cover Retail: $19.95
Discount: $

Foreword by Joel Salatin

“With incredible clarity and masterful storytelling, David Gumpert leads us on a journey into the trenches of America’s battle over food rights … the result is a book that will by turns enrage and inspire you. The battle for the right to nourish our bodies with real food must be won, and this book is an essential part of making that happen.” Ben Hewitt, author of The Town That Food Saved


Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land Cover Retail: $29.95Discount: $19.47

Foreword by Bill McKibben

“Gary Nabhan’s latest book is indispensable. Everyone who grows foodmake that, everyone who eats foodshould be grateful he wrote it. An homage to old wisdom and to the latter-day soil magicians who are Nabhan’s living muses, it is a rich herbarium of delicious, hardy sustenance and a manual for our future.”Alan Weisman, author, The World Without Us 

Discount codes do not combine with other offersour books already on  sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied.

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