THE BEST OF MOTHER EARTH NEWS WINTER 2017
The Winter, 2017 edition of The Best of Mother Earth News Collector Series is a double issue, and includes more than 45 articles that cover a range of topics from DIY & building projects to food and cooking, from organic gardening to homesteading & livestock.
THE BEST OF MOTHER EARTH NEWS WINTER 2015
The Winter 2015 edition of The Best of Mother Earth News includes more than 25 articles that cover a range of topics from food and cooking to organic gardening, from beekeeping to renewable energy.
THE BEST OF MOTHER EARTH NEWS WINTER 2014
This first Best of Mother Earth News edition covers a wide range of topics, including the best articles on organic gardening, renewable energy, self-reliance, do-it-yourself projects, delicious recipes, raising livestock and so much more.
Mother Earth News is proud to bring you our Double Issue Collector Series Mother Earth News Self-Sufficiency and Country Skills! This guide is packed with timeless tips to have you living off the land in no time. Filled with beautiful photographs, helpful charts, practical recipes, and timeless bits of wisdom, this guide will teach you how to live self-reliantly.
The new Mother Earth News Guide to Green Cars is filled with tips for maximizing your gas mileage, a list of fuel-efficient cars for every need, information about biofuels and more. The Guide also includes a 30-page Ultimate Green Car Buyer's Guide.
Living self-sufficiently is hard work, but it is also extremely rewarding. The Mother Earth News Premium: Self-Sufficient Living, 4th Edition is a wealth of information, techniques, and projects that will help you reap a nice reward.
Want to gain new skills you can use around the homestead? Looking for DIY projects to tackle? Do you want to live more self-sufficiently?
Our Mother Earth News Self-Reliance & Homesteading Set includes over 300 pages of valuable information!
This set includes:
MOTHER EARTH NEWS PREMIUM: HOMESTEAD DIY PROJECTS, 3RD EDITION
Improve your garden by making a self-watering garden hose pot or break out of the norm by building a house through cob construction. Learn how to make a portable chicken mini coop, backyard pond, or restore old wooden furniture. Plus, learn how to cut electricity costs by learning to build a solar oven. Homesteading is hard work, but the projects in this issue will help make it a little easier and fun!
MOTHER EARTH NEWS PREMIUM: SELF-SUFFICIENT LIVING, 4TH EDITION
From this issue, you’ll learn how to supply your homestead with clean, affordable energy using solar and wind, fortify your farm to help it weather any storm by installing adaptable, resilient infrastructure, keep a family cow to save money on dairy products, and more! If you’re just wanting to start with one project or are ready to tackle more, this special issue is full of tips and advice that will help turn your hard work into payoffs.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS PREMIUM: LIVING ON LESS, 9TH EDITION
Create a sustainable farm by growing your own food and raising your own chickens for meat or eggs. Heat water with the sun, make old-fashioned homemade soap, and raise goats for milk. Live self-reliantly with many tips for a DIY lifestyle, and make the best syrup straight from a tree. Save (and possibly earn!) money with tips to cutting your food bills in half, building your own home, and earning a living from a rural setting or from your own home. Get wise and save money by Living On Less!
The Winter 2015 edition of The Best of Mother Earth News includes more than 25 articles that cover a range of topics from food and cooking to organic gardening, from beekeeping to renewable energy. With more than 100 pages, this is the ultimate self-sufficient guide for any modern homesteader.
If you’re interested in homesteading, livestock, natural health, gardening, DIY projects, renewable energy, or cooking, you don’t want to miss this issue! Mother Earth News has compiled more than 45 articles into The Best of Mother Earth News, 2018 to help guide you through whatever project you’re currently tackling or that you plan to take on in the future. From learning how to grow an aquaponics aquaculture to building a beehive and keeping bees to making homegrown olive oil, this issue is here for you.