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NOW NOVEMBER EDITION IS FREE!

Weekend Homesteader: November [Kindle Edition] Anna Hess (Author)


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Chilly November weather drives even the most hardy homesteaders inside. But the onset of the cold season doesn't mean the end of fun homesteading projects. This month, you'll learn to rotate garden beds to keep diseases at bay, to store drinking water for use during power outages, to put an entire chicken to use in the kitchen, and to bring in cash without going to the office.

For those of you who are new to Weekend Homesteader, this series walks you through the basics of growing your own food, cooking the bounty, preparing for emergency power outages, and achieving financial independence. Technically, the series began in May (or November in the southern hemisphere), but most of the projects are designed to be accessible even to someone starting from square one each month. This ebook, and each other volume in the series, presents one easy and fun project for each weekend so that you'll keep making headway without becoming overwhelmed.
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