Issue #149 of Backwoods Home Magazine. September/October, 2014

 

Issue #119 • September/October, 2014

 

DEPARTMENTS

6  Editor’s Note

7  Editorial:
      Different approaches, but the same goal

36  The Gee-Whiz page

64  Irreverent joke page

65  Ayoob on Firearms:
      The bolt-action rifle

77  Ask Jackie:
      Flowers for honeybees, storing eggs, making fruit leather, goat milk soap, storing honey, thick jam, etc.

80  Letters

81  Advertiser Index

82  The last word:
      Siccing the IRS on political opponents

83  Classified ads (pdf)

83  Classified advertising form

85-86  BHM anthologies & books

97-98  Order form/Subscription Info

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Cover 149
ABOUT THE COVER
We might be just a bit partial to this issue’s cover since it is a beautiful photograph of BHM Publisher Dave Duffy’s grandkids walking across a field on their farm. Rural areas are still the heart of American life, where kids get to eat food they helped to grow, watch baby chicks hatch, hold newborn kittens, scamper with kid goats, and sleep soundly after spending the entire day in the great outdoors.
FEATURES

Self-reliance

8  Annie on Everfree Farm
   By Annie Tuttle

18  Venison " from the field to the fork
   By Linda Gabris

38  Homestead medical supplies, Part 2
   By Joe Alton, M.D., and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P.

32  The state of freedom in America
   By Claire Wolfe

Building

25  A free-standing greenhouse built the economical way
   By Dan Furtney

70  Easy awnings
   By Dorothy Ainsworth

Alternative energy

72  Why you need to add solar to your emergency power backup plans
   By Jeffrey R. Yago, P.E., CEM

Farm and garden

42  Nut trees on your homestead
   By Jackie Clay-Atkinson

49  Grow citrus trees in tubs
   By Jackie Clay-Atkinson

60  Fall and winter greens
   By Sylvia Gist

Food and recipes

52  What not to can
   By Patrice Lewis


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