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Articles from Mother Earth News (June 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
20 Ways to use your zukes. Alterman, Tabitha 1156
A Mother Earth eco-village? Di Giacomo, John Letter to the editor 157
A new model for wind power: brothers Mike and Kelly Estes know well what the power of wind can do. In May 2007, they witnessed its destructive side when a 2-mile-wide tornado nearly wiped Greensburg, Kan., off the map. BTI Greensburg, the local John Deere dealership owned by the Estes family, was reduced to a pile of green and yellow rubble, sustaining $23 million in damage. Ross, Edie 451
All about growing melons. Pleasant, Barbara 1256
All you 'knead' to know about breads. Rogers, Alison 225
Backyard grass-hut retreat. Botts, Shelley Brief article 153
Best green cars. Rockhold, John 3022
Build a versatile spiral herb garden. Bellman, Martin 412
Build an affordable, portable and predator-proof chicken coop. Long, Cheryl 1112
Chevy Volt earns energizing awards. Rosner, Sean Brief article 177
Chickens dust with diatomaceous earth. Butler, Deborah Brief article 111
Choose diy to save big on solar! Consider installing your own solar electric system. Doing the work yourself can add up to serious savings! Reysa, Gary Cover story 2339
Classy, brassy curtain rod. Dean, Eric Brief article 119
Confirming killer compost. Haugen, Walter Letter to the editor 196
Control garden pests organically with spinosad. Pleasant, Barbara 375
Cool water barrel with many uses. Gascho, Darla Brief article 118
Court supports truth in labeling for GE foods. 385
Drinking from garden hoses. Will, Oscar H., III Brief article 330
Effortless earthworm attraction. Valente, Guy Brief article 259
Find the best fruits and nuts. DeVault, George 322
Finding true security. Good, Sandi Letter to the editor 318
Free black hollyhock seed. Novotny, Stuart Letter to the editor 112
Free-form artisan bread. Foss, Diane Letter to the editor 224
Get the most from vegetable garden mulches: inexpensive organic mulches, such as grass clippings and fallen leaves, will work wonders on your veggie patch. Pleasant, Barbara 1664
Grill school: fun with fruit: warning: continued reading may cause serious salivation. Recipe 472
Grow sweet potatoes: even in the North: this nutritious, easy-to-store crop is one of the best staples for anyone looking to be food self-sufficient. Allan, Ken 2271
Harvesting mulberries the easy way. Evans-Dean, Carolyn Brief article 107
Homemade bread and cooking skills: Sue Van Slooten blogs about making fresh bread and putting sustainable food on the table. Interview 374
Homestead clothing for hot weather. Hunt, Heidi Brief article 121
I don't want to be a Monsanto guinea pig. Moss, Dale Letter to the editor 377
Just a little bit longer: don't let go! These clever tips and tricks will help you keep all kinds of food fresh. 829
Keystone species: how predators create abundance and stability wolves, bears, otters, starfish--these ecosystem engineers affect nature in overt yet surprisingly subtle ways. Chadwick, Douglas H. 2466
Live green, work green. Brief article 104
Loves her container garden. Rodgers, Marchauna Letter to the editor 243
Meet the winner of our ultimate garden giveaway. 153
More education, please: wants self-sufficiency TV. Nibert-Saxton, Sheila Letter to the editor 116
Mother has integrity. Cooke, Laura Letter to the editor 216
Needs further study? DiBella, Frank Letter to the editor 131
Organic pest control: what works, what doesn't: our nationwide reader survey reveals the best methods for managing common garden pests. Pleasant, Barbara 3015
Passive house perspective. Schneider, Wolfger Letter to the editor 181
Plant propagation. Heetderks, Julie Brief article 195
Red, white and green? The many-splendored confusions of sustainable wines. 320
Summertime sippers: crisp, fruity, chilled and all-around refreshing, these sustainably produced wines are perfect for the hot days ahead. Brief article 163
The future of forests. Aplet, Greg; Hierpe, Evan 517
The importance of biodiversity: maintaining the awe-inspiring abundance of species on Earth could be the benchmark for humanity's success. Welch, Bryan 1106
Those stinkin' stink bugs! Pleasant, Barbara 539
Too Much Politics in MOTHER? Modern life is political. Gee, Elizabeth Letter to the editor 117
Too Much Politics in MOTHER? Not all corporations are evil. Shelley, Marvin Letter to the editor 103
Urbancrete raised beds. Sweeney, Frances Brief article 185
Walnut shavings deadly to horses. Board, Lyn Letter to the editor 202
What are the health benefits of garlic? Compton, K.C. 376
What the right bike can do for you: when it comes to saving money, being healthier and reducing your environmental impact, there's a lot to be said for pedal power. Szczepanski, Carolyn 1403
Why we homestead. Column 433
Win an electric bike, and more! Brief article 152
Wiser living for the whole world. Eby, Julie Letter to the editor 106
Yet more proof that grass-fed meat is. Will, Oscar H., III 585
Your best photos. 121
Yum! Homemade maple syrup. Consbruck, Sandra Letter to the editor 178

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