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Issue #25

January/February, 1994

This issue is Sold Out.
Most articles are included in our print anthology
A Backwoods Home Anthology — The Fifth Year
Click on General Store to the left.
Click on items listed in red to read them.


Departments

Cover 25

Note from the publisher

Letters

Editorial:
   Whether it's small town or big time, the envirnoment or health care, the government is not the answer

Recipes:
   Make better pizza at home than you can buy
   Cooking with dried fruit

Original poems:
   John Silveira

Just for kids:
   Readers' page
   You in the big night sky


Contents

Building

  • Building your own home: Part I
  • The timberwolf woodbox

Country living

  • Planning is an essential key to achieving the country life
  • Some tips on moving to your country home
  • How we bought our country home
  • A tale about tenure in the neighborhood
  • Winter ch-ch-ch-ch-chores
  • Planning a move from the city to the country
  • Living the country life
  • Researching new locations

Independent energy

  • The solar-powered silent partner

Self sufficiency/Food/Money

  • Supplement your income by teaching others your skills
  • The bow and arrow: low tech tool for food, entertainment
  • Save energy, save money

Crafts

  • Make a patchwork baby bunting from scraps

Farm/Garden

  • Native of the forest: a guide to growing ginseng

Home education

  • Home schooling — is it right for your kids?
  • Some homeschooling ideas
  • Child-led learning

Americana/Society

  • Civil forteiture — government's license to steal our property
  • Explore the world with shortwave


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