Free Books – June 2020

When you sign up for Harrowsmith’s free 3x/year newsletter, you’ll be entered into a draw for FREE books from New Society Publishers. We are giving away 6 books each month about the stuff that’s important to you: building chemical-free natural ponds, baking no-knead and sourdough bread or, how to design a light straw clay home. New Society Publisher titles are published […]

When you sign up for Harrowsmith’s free 3x/year newsletter, you’ll be entered into a draw for FREE books from New Society Publishers.

We are giving away 6 books each month about the stuff that’s important to you: building chemical-free natural ponds, baking no-knead and sourdough bread or, how to design a light straw clay home.

New Society Publisher titles are published in North America–never overseas. Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper with low-VOC vegetable-based inks, the carbon neutral company is all around feel-good. Paired with our e-newsletter spotlighting gardening trends, kitchen hacks, cool tools and DIY ideas, we’ll have you covered and informed!

DIY Sourdough

The Beginner’s Guide to Crafting Starters, Bread, Snacks, and Moreby 

John Moody and Jessica Moody

Goats Giving Birth

What to Expect during Kidding Seasonby 

Deborah Niemann

Farm The City

A Toolkit for Setting Up a Successful Urban Farmby 

Michael Ableman

Posted on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020
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