The Self-sufficiency Specialist - A & G Bridgewater Reviews
Description:ISBN 184537925X / Genre: House / Garden / Authors: Alan and Gill Bridgewater / Paperback / 80 Pages / Book is published 2008-01-25 by New ... more
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The Self-sufficiency Specialist (Specialist Series)
Examines what it truly takes to live off the fat of the land. Thi ...
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by - written on 23/03/12, updated on 25/03/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I have always been interested in the idea of living a self sufficiency as a way of life. When I was growing up, we were lucky enough to have enough room to grow all our own fruit, vegetables and herbs and we also kept chickens. I would like to do the same thing myself but as I have only an allotment and no garden of my own I have to rein in some of my ambitions for the moment. Whilst saving up for a smallholding, I am keen to relevant read books as well as gain the experience I need to make a success of the place when I do get it. That is the reason I bought A & G Bridewater's book "The Self Sufficiency Specialist." THE BOOK ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Introduction As the country's economic belt continues to tighten, more and more of people are switching on to the fact that growing our own fruit and veg has plenty of benefits other than the obvious fact that it can help cut down on the family shopping bill. However, complete self sufficiency is a goal only to be found a few steps higher up the lifestyle ladder than simply planting a few seed potatoes in an old dustbin every Easter. This book, 'The Self Sufficiency Specialist' is part of the 'specialist series' published by New Holland that will give you a metaphorical leg up that ladder. I must say though that I think the word ... Read the complete review