The big agribiz companies laughed when MOTHER went into publication, but who's laughing now?
By the MOTHER EARTH NEWS editors
May/June 1976
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Many older houses aren't well sealed against the weather, especially around the foundation. When the snow falls, a quick once- around the house with a snow blower throwing snow up against the base of the house can cut down on your heating bills.

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Click on the Image Gallery for tips on insulating with snow, composting, planting strawberries and planting vegetables, all excerpted from "The Good Earth Handbook" from International Harvesters, 1976.

When we first launched THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS ® almost seven years ago, we contacted all the large manufacturers of farming equipment in the United States.

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