If you are turned on by simple green living, one of our forthcoming titles, The Resilience Handbook, by Elizabeth Walker is going to set your head in a slow, green spin.
Imagine melding the best concepts from the Transition Handbook and Polly Ghazi’s Downshifting with John Seymour’s guides to self-sufficiency, then adding a splash of necessary survival and you’ll find yourself in the right ball park for this incredibly practical and well penned handbook, set for publication in April 2015.
This inspirational, problem solving and sobering manuscript is currently tucked away with our eco-editor at the moment and we cannot give too much away at this stage, except to say we are incredibly proud to be publishing this crucial and timely solution to many of our modern day problems.
Hop onto Elizabeth’s website to find out more about The Resilience Handbook and don’t you worry, we’ll be keeping you up to date right here. Subscribe to our blog to be one of the first to find out.
In the meantime, we thought you might like to see another sustainable droplet by way of Sainsbury’s Bank with one of their How to Grow guides.
Having just devoured a delicious pea and mint soup for lunch today, I thought this particular guide might fit the bill nicely.
Growing a little food to supplement your table will help you understand the cycle of food and better comprehend the necessity for seasonality. You don’t have to do a huge amount of growing for that penny to drop and for stimulating ideas to propagate.
See how you get on with a project like this and let us know if it leads onto anything bigger and more tasty!