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Issue #32

March/April, 1995

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


Departments

Cover 32

Note from the publisher

Letters

Editorial:
   Tolerance — both the left and the right lack it

Recipes:
   Home brew your own beer
   One pot meals

Just for kids:
   Knock knock vinegar

Original poems:
   John Earl Silveira
   Dave Burkart
   Marilyn Smith Marsh


Contents

Building/Tools/Housing

  • Build an expensive log house — the cheap way, Part II
  • Tractor maintenance saves you more than money

Self Reliance

Country living

  • Gardening for blood
  • A post office called Podunk
  • My Stars and Garters

Farm/Garden

  • Make a heated seed germination flat
  • Hardy roses are easy to grow
  • Elderberries — the undiscovered fruit
  • Home-grown popcorn — the treat you can grow yourself
  • Troubleshooting problems with compost piles
  • Garden for the record and ensure a good harvest
  • How to buy your first sheep (without getting shorn)
  • Try these home remedies for "hare" loss
  • For a delicious adventure, grow your own sweet corn
  • Try a cement block garden

Guns and hunting

  • Defensive deadly force: the ground rules

Americana/History



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