• Homesteading: Self Sufficiency Guide to Gardening

  • Homesteaders Guide to Growing What You Eat
  • By: Richard Anderson
  • Narrated by: Kelly Self
  • Length: 53 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 04-17-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
  • 2.8 (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Homesteading: Self Sufficiency Guide to Gardening gives the listener an insight into what exactly they need to do if they want to get into homestead gardening and learn how they can construct the garden and the best crops that they can plant. The author has gone to great lengths to explain it in terns that can easily be understood and the instructions outlined can easily be executed as well. Homesteading is not a new phenomenon as it has existed for decades in some form or other. It is just that nowadays resurgence in this practice has started as more and more individuals realize that they have to do start growing some of what they eat in a bid to save on the amount they spend every week. As it is aptly named the audiobook acts as a self-help guide to self-sustaining gardening practices. In the long run it will be extremely fulfilling and beneficial.
About the Author: Richard Anderson never grew up in a family that did homesteading but when he became an adult he started to learn about the various things that he could do to save money and to have food that is not filled with various pesticides. He started to do a bit of urban homesteading. As the years went on he managed to acquire a property in the country and from that point on he was able to grown even more things and even rear some animals as well. Richard is aware that the economic crisis is affecting everyone and that it is quite a challenge to have a sound budget when things are getting more expensive and the pay is not increasing. As such he chose the opportunity to introduce a book on homesteading to let others know the things that they could do to save some money and have fresh fruits and vegetables.
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By Shae Ferst on 03-05-17

a computer

the narrator read like a horrible robot that never made it through first grade it was painful to listen to.

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