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Articles from Mother Earth News (April 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
'Car of the Year' goes electric. Brief article 319
A resilient education. Burtwistle, Jennifer Letter to the editor 474
Attractive labels boost homemade sales. Kivirist, Lisa 832
Best organic fertilizers: feed your garden soil by choosing natural amendments that are rich in nutrients, minerals, and organic matter--not just nitrogen. Garrett, Howard 2155
Bread: A Global History. Book review 102
Build an outdoor oven. Rubel, William Instructions 3115
Cilantro: 2 uses for the table. Furl, Sharon Moe Brief article 154
Community Support. Bennett, Mary Letter to the editor 145
Dispose of dead trees charitably. McElmurray, Bruce 373
DIY wind generator: turn an alternator into alternative energy in as little as a weekend using hand tools, a handful of hardware, and some inexpensive car parts. Copeland, Robert D. 1390
Egg Cart'n Wheel/Lift Kit. Product/service evaluation 171
Factory farm film. Brief article 144
Fire-starting tools for any situation: ignite your understanding of traditional fire-starting equipment before living off-grid or exploring the outdoors. Williams, Jeremy 2023
Fossil-fuel-free cooking. Scheckel, Paul 382
Fresh, homemade salad dressings: add a splash of flavor to spring or summer greens with these favorite salad dressing recipes from Mother Earth News bloggers. Quillen, Kristi Recipe 2074
Groundbreaking solar roof panels. Stonebrook, Shelley Brief article 312
Grow your own shiitake mushrooms: take these steps to fruit your own fungi for money, food, and fun. Tipton-Fox, Susan 1622
Healing the land. Letter to the editor 421
Herbicide concerns. Hunter, Kathy Letter to the editor 272
Homestead hacks: our readers share clever projects that will help you live a self-sufficient life in the country, the suburbs, or the city. Instructions 2345
Homesteading gracefully at any age. Montgomery, Mo Letter to the editor 109
Hoss Garden Seeder. Product/service evaluation 150
How to make city streets more friendly. Walljasper, Jay Column 652
Improve your flock with trapnests: this method will help you select the best hens for your breeding program. Ussery, Harvey 2396
Just plain encouraging. Woodward, Jill Letter to the editor 182
Learning lessons from lambing season. Hank 527
Make a hen hydrator from an old bucket. Twitto, Anna 322
Maxi II Advance Incubator. Product/service evaluation 178
Medicinal herbs for difficult growing conditions: pick the medicinal plants that will thrive in shady, swampy, or dry environments. Cech, Richo 1841
Mothers wish list. Ansel, Cathy Letter to the editor 264
Online courses for homestead herbalists. Stonebrook, Shelley Brief article 264
Organic seed cultivars to try this year: spotlighted here are several cool, new organic seed cultivars available in 2017--just in time for spring planting and seed starting. Stonebrook, Shelley 465
Organize recipes from asparagus to zucchini. Stith, Susan Letter to the editor 155
Pike's Original Maine Garden Hod. Product/service evaluation 122
Reuse curbside compostables. Bucher, Kathleen Brief article 226
Self-reliance is a family affair: the Atwell family is working together to build a homestead haven in Hawaii, complete with hardy crops and a solar-powered home. Compton, K.C. Interview 1010
Start your own seed library. Conner, Cindy 630
Sustainable soap-making. Verberg, Susan Letter to the editor 293
Tending the wild. Brief article 159
The no-mortgage: natural cottage: from treehouses to tiny homes on wheels, a no-mortgage shelter can help you eschew expensive rent and debt. McClellan, Chris 3078
This coffee is for the birds. Brief article 203
Turn food scraps into: poultry feasts: give your chickens additional nutrition by balancing their rations with food and garden waste. Salatin, Joel 1594
Unglazed Deep-Dish Pie Plate. Brief article 177
Upcycle old feed bags. Tipton-Fox, Susan Brief article 284
Warm up to Chinese greenhouses: unlock the full potential of the sun with a passive solar greenhouse, and grow warm-season plants all year long with little to no extra heating. De Decker, Kris 2000
Worm Factory 360. Product/service evaluation 164

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