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American Hemp Farmer: Adventures and Misadventures in the Cannabis Trade
9469 by Doug Fine, 309 pages, 6x9, softcover. A must-read for anyone considering—or already knee-deep into—the cannabis industry. Fine covers the... read more
The Apple Grower: A Guide for the Organic Orchardist
9471 by Michael Phillips, 2nd edition, 320 pages, 8x10, softcover. The book you need to grow apples organically. Research aimed at reducing the use of... read more
Apples and the Art of Detection: Tracking Down, Identifying and Preserving Rare Apples
9470 by John Bunker, 407 pages, 8½x11, softcover. I’ve been listening to John Bunker talk about apples for as long as I can remember. The old varieties... read more
The Apples of New England
9474 by Russell Steven Powell, 214 pages, 7¼x7¼, hardcover. Apples were planted in New England as far back as 1604 when the French explorer Pierre du... read more
Apples to Cider: How to make cider at homeout-of-stock
9477 by April White with Steve Wood, 152 pages, 8x10, softcover. The current revolution in fermented cider has been an effort of thousands of... read more
Bees: A Honeyed History
9501 by Piotr Socha, 80 pages, 11x15, hardcover. This big, impressive, amusing and boldly illustrated book is an encyclopedia of the honey bee,... read more
Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification
9510 6th edition, by Thomas J Elpel, 235 pages, 8½x11, softcover. I love this book, from a small press out of Pony, MT. Besides the dictionary and... read more
Cass Turnbull’s Guide to Pruning: What, When, Where & How to Prune for a More Beautiful Garden
9522 by Cass Turnbull, 365 pages, 7¼x9, softcover. I’m the kind of tree gardener who feels that one pruning book is not enough. Each one has something... read more
The Community Food Forest Handbook: How to Plan, Organize, and Nurture Edible Gathering Placesout-of-stock
9528 by Catherine Bukowski and John Munsell. 272 pages, 7 ½ x 9 ½, softcover. Fueled by the popularity of permaculture and agroecology, community food... read more
The Complete Book of Garlic: A Guide for Gardeners, Growers and Serious Cooks
9601 by Ted Jordan Meredith, 330 pages, 8¼ x 10¼, hardcover, 2008. Tons of photos get you up close and personal with not only the botany but also the... read more
Compost Teas for the Organic Grower
9530 by Eric Fisher, 256 pages, 7x8, softcover. Finally! A guidebook on compost teas that goes well beyond the bubbler. Drawing on a variety of... read more
The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Cultural History in the Old South
9533 by Michael W. Twitty, 444 pages, 5x7½, paperback. “The old South is a place where people use food to tell themselves who they are, to tell others... read more
Cooking With Scraps: Turn Your Peels, Cores, Rinds, and Stems into Delicious Meals
9535 by Lindsay-Jean Hard, 189 pages, 713x9, hardcover. Roughly one third of food produced in the world gets lost or wasted. I’m enough of an Irish... read more
Crop Planning for Organic Vegetable Growers
9537 by Frédéric Theriault and Daniel Brisebois, 136 pages, 7½x9, softcover. If I’d had this book when I started farming, I would have avoided many... read more
The Elderberry Book: Forage, Cultivate, Prepare, Preserve
9549 by John Moody, 114 pages, 7½x9, softcover. The elderberry and humans have been together for a long time. This shrub shows up in ancient texts and... read more
Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds & Shape Our Futures
9552 by Merlin Sheldrake, 353 pages, 5x8, paperback. Want something to take your mind off a virus? Try a fungus! This winter, as we stay closer to... read more
The Essential Guide to Cultivating Mushrooms: Simple and Advanced Techniques for Growing Shiitake, Oyster, Lion’s Mane, and Maitake Mushrooms at Home
9555 by Stephen Russell, 232 pages, 7x9, softcover. Who knew that a roll of toilet paper could grow your supper? If you want to know how, read this... read more
Familiar Flowers of Field & Garden
9557 by F. Schuyler Mathews, 308 pages, 7x5, softcover. Dover reprint of an 1895 edition. A small silver lining in the cloud of 2020 is that some of us... read more
Farmacology: Total Health from the Ground Upclearance
9558 by Daphne Miller, 209 pages, 5¼x8, softcover. Miller is a medical doctor with a unique perspective on healing that first surfaced when she read... read more
Farming for the Long Haul: Resilience and the Lost Art of Agricultural Inventiveness
9560 by Michael Foley, 265 pages, 5½x8½, softcover. “This is a book about farming today with an eye to an uncertain future.” So begins the author as he... read more
Farming While Black: Soul Fire Farm’s Practical Guide to Liberation on the Land
9561 by Leah Penniman, 368 pages, 8x10, softcover. The author, who many years ago trialed for Fedco, writes from the experience of her Soul Fire Farm... read more
Fedco Cover Art
9468 Whimsical and beautiful black-and-white art is a hallmark of Fedco’s unique style, our way of counterbalancing the glossy, airbrushed color photos... read more
Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes For Fermenting 64 Vegetables & Herbs in Krauts, Kimchis, Brined Pickles, Chutneys, Relishes & Pastes
9567 by Kirsten K. Shockey and Christopher Shockey, 376 pages, 8x9, softcover. With more than 140 recipes that excite and intrigue, this book is... read more
Forest Trees of Maine: Centennial Edition
9582 by the Maine Forest Service, 176 pages, 6x9, spiral-bound softcover. Mainers are familiar with the tall, slim pamphlet, Forest Trees of Maine.... read more
Fresh from the Garden: An Organic Guide to Growing Vegetables, Berries, and Herbs in Cold Climates
9583 by John Whitman, 536 pages, 8½x10½, hardcover. With all the quarantine-induced interest in gardening, we were on the prowl for a good “gardening... read more
The Fruit Forager’s Companion: Ferments, Desserts, Main Dishes, and More from Your Neighborhood and Beyond
9585 by Sara Bir, 400 pages, 7x10, softcover. Written by a poetic comical professional chef who knows her stuff, this book is bold, smart, witty and so... read more
Growing Garden Seeds: A Manual for Gardeners and Small Farmerscurrently on backorder
9609 by Robert Johnston, Jr., 32 pages, 5½x8½, softcover. If you are new to seed saving, this little manual by the founder of Johnny’s covers all the... read more
Growing Good Food: A Citizen’s Guide to Climate Victory Gardening
9611 by Acadia Tucker, 159 pages, 6x9, softcover. A great pick for newbie gardeners, with a focus on using regenerative methods to mitigate climate... read more
Growing Great Garlic
9612 by Ron L. Engeland, 213 pages, 6x9, softcover. Garlic is the world’s second most important allium crop. Whether garlic is your passion, or just... read more
Happy Pigs Taste Better: A Complete Guide to Organic and Humane Pasture-Based Pork Production
9613 by Alice Percy, 272 pages, 7½x9½, softcover. Make no mistake. The correlation in the title is not a romantic one. And it could have been chosen... read more
Herbal Medicine: From the Heart of the Earth
9615 3rd edition, by Dr. Sharol Marie Tilgner, 472 pages, 7x9, softcover. What better time than a pandemic to assemble your home apothecary? In this... read more
The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate
9618 by Peter Wohlleben, 288 pages, 5½x7½, hardcover. Are trees conscious, sentient beings? Groundbreaking scientific research is clouding the space... read more
The Holistic Orchard: Tree Fruits and Berries the Biological Way
9624 by Michael Phillips, 414 pages, 8x10, softcover. Written by the renowned New Hampshire-based orchardist and author of The Apple Grower, this book... read more
Homegrown Pantry: A Gardener’s Guide to Selecting the Best Varieties & Planting the Perfect Amounts for What You Want to Eat Year-Round
9630 by Barbara Pleasant, 328 pages. 8x10, softcover. For your veggies, fruits and culinary herbs, don’t you wish you had a guidebook full of growing... read more
How to Move Like a Gardener: Planting and Preparing Medicines from Plants
9636 by Deb Soule, 244 pages, 6¾x9¾, softcover. “As you cultivate the garden, the garden is cultivating you, both inwardly and outwardly. Gardeners are... read more
The Humanure Handbook: Shit in a Nutshell
9641 4th edition, by Joseph Jenkins, 300 pages, 6x9, softcover. In the opening words to his first edition, Jenkins wrote: “The world is divided into... read more
Incredible Wild Edibles: 36 plants that can change your life
9644 by Sam Thayer, 480 pages, 6x9, softcover. Sam Thayer’s foraging books are in a league of their own. No other gives such insightful accounts of... read more
Koji Alchemy: Rediscovering the Magic of Mold-Based Fermentation
9645 by Rich Shih and Jeremy Umansky, 352 pages, 7x9, hardcover. Spores galore, the warm moist filamentous fungus of your dreams! Aspergillus oryzae... read more
Lazy-Ass Gardening: Maximize Your Soil; Minimize Your Toil
9647 by Robert Kourik, 240 pages, 8½x11, softcover. In my twenties, I put in my days of stacking 700 bales of hay into the barn in 95° heat with a... read more
Look at the Sky…and tell the weather
9657 by Eric Sloane, 89 pages, 8½x11, softcover. A self-described weather junkie, I’ve tried to read meteorologies for the layperson and absorbed... read more
Maine Alphabet
9663 by Dahlov Ipcar, 24 pages, 6x6, board book. When Sami was three, he called this his “loony book,” for the beautiful cover picture of a singing... read more
Mycorrhizal Planet: How Symbiotic Fungi Work with Roots to Support Plant Health and Build Soil Fertility
9675 by Michael Phillips, 256 pages, 8x10, hardcover. “Investing in species diversity begins underground,” says the orchard revolutionary. He’s... read more
Natural Therapies for Overcoming Opioid Dependency: Control Pain and Recover from Addiction
9682 by Dr. Catherine Browne, 240 pages, 6x9, softcover. Thanks in no small part to predatory marketing by Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of... read more
The New Livestock Farmer: The Business of Raising and Selling Ethical Meatclearance
9684 by Rebecca Thistlethwaite and Jim Dunlop, 312 pages, 7½x9½, softcover. I sniff suspiciously at any single volume that claims to cover such broad... read more
The New Organic Grower: 30th Anniversary Edition
9687 by Eliot Coleman, 304 pages, 8x10, softcover. As a teenager, I was always listening to Pearl Jam’s Ten, and as a new farmer I was always reading ... read more
No-Till Intensive Vegetable Culture: Pesticide-Free Methods for Restoring Soil and Growing Nutrient-Rich, High-Yielding Crops
9688 by Bryan O’Hara, 272 pages, 7x10, softcover. Bryan O’Hara and Anita Johnson have made a living growing vegetables for market at their Lebanon, CT,... read more
The Noma Guide to Fermentation: Including koji, kombuchas, shoyus, misos, vinegars, garums, lacto-ferments and black fruits and vegetables
9690 by René Redzepi and David Zilber, 456 pages, 7½x10, hardcover. Fancy fare meets funky ferment in this handsome illustrated guide for advanced... read more
The Northeast Cover Crop Handbook
9693 by Marianne Sarrantonio, 118 pages, 8½x11, spiral-bound softcover. Covercropping is the keystone of sustainable agriculture. Cover crops restore... read more
Northeast Foraging: 120 wild and flavorful edibles from beach plums to wineberries
9696 by Leda Meredith, 308 pages, 6½x9, softcover. Seeking affordable culinary adventures? Planning an edible scavenger hunt? Preparing for end times?... read more
Organic Field Crop Handbookclearance
9702 Canadian Organic Growers, 292 pages, 9½x8, softcover. Starting with the general principles of organic production, the first sections discuss how... read more
Organic Revolutionary: A Memoir of the Movement for Real Food, Planetary Healing, and Human Liberationclearance
9708 by Grace Gershuny, 262 pages, 6x9, softcover. At a dinner party, sometimes one has the good fortune to be seated next to the person who knows the... read more
Our Native Bees: North America’s Endangered Pollinators and the Fight to Save Them
9711 by Paige Embry, 224 pages, 6½x9, hardcover. We all know honeybees are in trouble from colony collapse, varroa mites, neonicotinoids and overwork.... read more
Perilous Bounty: The Looming Collapse of American Farming and How We Can Prevent It
9714 by Tom Philpott, 246 pages, 9½x6 ½, hardcover. The bounty in our supermarkets is destroying our soil and water while poisoning workers on which... read more
Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm: Into the Dreaming of Earth
9720 by Stephen Harrod Buhner, 564 pages, 6x9, softcover. John Muir said “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest... read more
Preserving with Pomona’s Pectin: The Revolutionary Low-Sugar, High-Flavor Method for Crafting and Canning Jams, Jellies, Conserves
9723 by Allison Carrol Duffy and the Partners at Pomona’s Universal Pectin®, 176 pages, 7½x9¼, softcover. We won’t get in the habit of offering a book... read more
Putting Food By
9725 5th edition, by Janet Greene, Ruth Hertzberg and Beatrice Vaughn, 464 pages, 5⅓x8, softcover. The pandemic has inspired scores of new gardeners,... read more
Recovering Our Ancestors’ Gardens: Indigenous Recipes and Guide to Diet and Fitness
9728 Revised edition by Devon A. Mihesuah, 350 pages, 5½x8½, softcover. In this revised edition, award-winning author and citizen of Choctaw nation... read more
The Regenerative Grower’s Guide to Garden Amendments: Using Locally Sourced Materials to Make Mineral and Biological Extracts and Ferments
9731 by Nigel Palmer, 208 pages, 6x9, softcover. Science nerds, rejoice: this book dives deep into the chemical and biological workings of your garden... read more
Root Cellaring
9735 by Mike and Nancy Bubel, 2nd edition, 297 pages, 6x9, softcover. A good root cellar provides a “direct, earthy and deeply satisfying connection... read more
Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner’s Guide
9741 by Rosemary Gladstar, 224 pages, 7¼x9, softcover. “One of the greatest benefits of herbal medicine is that it gives us the ability to become more... read more
Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change
9744 by Sherri Mitchell, 256 pages, 5½x8½, softcover. Every word counts in this broad yet concise book, and you’ll want to savor it through the winter... read more
The School Garden Curriculum: An Integrated K–8 Guide for Discovering Science, Ecology, and Whole-Systems Thinking
9746 by Kaci Rae Christopher, 320 pages, 8x10, softcover. My family kept a large vegetable garden when I was a child, and some of my earliest memories... read more
The Seed Garden: The Art and Practice of Seed Saving
9750 edited by Lee Buttala & Shanyn Siegel, written by Micaela Colley & Jared Zystro, 390 pages, 9x11, softcover. To keep seeds alive they must be... read more
Seed Libraries: And Other Ways of Keeping Seeds in the Hands of the People
9753 by Cindy Conner, 177 pages, 6x9, softcover. Public libraries are quintessential to democracy—they keep knowledge in the hands of the people, even... read more
Seed to Seed
9756 by Suzanne Ashworth, 2nd edition, 240 pages, 8½x11, softcover. Considered the classic reference with detailed instructions on seed saving... read more
Soil Science for Gardeners: Working with Nature to Build Soil Health
9764 by Robert Pavlis, 209 pages, 6x9, softcover. We needed this handy book, which makes soil science accessible and eminently useful to gardeners.... read more
Sprout Lands: Tending the Endless Gift of Trees
9765 by William Bryant Logan, 384 pages, 6½x9½, hardcover. “ place could prosper without its inhabitants knowing how to cut their trees so... read more
Start Your Farm: The Authoritative Guide to Becoming a Sustainable 21st-Century Farmer
9768 by Forrest Pritchard and Ellen Polishuk, 272 pages, 6¼x8½, softcover. This is a book about how to farm. It doesn’t tell you how to transplant... read more
Starting and Saving Seeds: Grow the Perfect Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs and Flowers for Your Gardencurrently on backorder
9770 by Julie Thompson-Adolf, 160 pages, 834x10½ hardcover. Herbs and flowers are given short shrift in seed-saving books, yet this one devotes 52... read more
Stella Natura: 2021 Biodynamic Planting Calendarout-of-stock
9771 edited by Sherry Wildfeuer, 40 pages, 9x12, softcover. “Inspiration and practical advice for gardeners and professional growers.” Contains lunar... read more
The Tao of Vegetable Gardening: Cultivating Tomatoes, Greens, Peas, Beans, Squash, Joy and Serenityout-of-stock
9774 by Carol Deppe, 280 pages, 7½ x9½, softcover. Armed with her scientific expertise (PhD in biology from Harvard), her acute sense of observation... read more
To Fell a Tree: A Complete Guide to Successful Tree Felling and Woodcutting Methods
9789 by Jeff Jepson, 166 pages, 6x9, softcover. Timberrr! Crrack! Is there a more satisfying sound than that made by a newly felled tree landing... read more
Trees of Power: Ten Essential Arboreal Allies
9790 by Akiva Silver, 274 pages, 6x9, softcover. I’m not sure if this book would be with the gardening books or on the self-help shelf in a bookstore.... read more
Uncultivated: Wild Apples, Real Cider, and the Complicated Art of Making a Living
9791 by Andy Brennan, 274 pages, 5½x8½, paperback. This book could become The One-Straw Revolution for the 21st century. Forty years ago, Masanobu... read more
Understanding Roots: Discover How to Make Your Garden Flourish
9795 by Robert Kourik, 225 pages, 8½x11, softcover. Soil yearns for roots. In fact, plant roots define soil and, to a great extent, control the soil... read more
Vegetable Gardening for Organic and Biodynamic Growers: Home and Market Gardenersclearance
9798 by Joel Morrow, 389 pages, 7x10, softcover. Not your run-of-the-mill gardening book; herein lies the biographies of more than 70 vegetables. Yes,... read more
Vibrant Food: Celebrating the Ingredients, Recipes, and Colors of Each Seasonclearance
9801 by Kimberley Hasselbrink, 224 pages, 7x9¼, hardcover. “Once I began hunting for color, it popped up everywhere: the shocking fluorescent pink in... read more
What’s Wrong with My Marijuana Plant?: A Cannabis Grower’s Visual Guide to Easy Diagnosis and Organic Remedies
9813 by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth, 192 pages, 7½x9½, softcover. The only book dedicated to a single species in the widely popular “What’s... read more
The Whole Okra: A Seed to Stem Celebration
9815 by Chris Smith, 258 pages 7x10, softcover. Seed sales trends come in waves. For example, last year caraway and luffa seeds flew off our shelves.... read more
Wildcrafted Fermentation: Exploring, Transforming and Preserving the Wild Flavors of Your Local Terroir
9817 by Pascal Bauder, 294 pages, 7x10, paperback. Just when we thought there couldn’t be one more book of any value written on the fermentation of... read more
Will Bonsall’s Essential Guide to Radical, Self-Reliant Gardening
9819 by Will Bonsall, 400 pages, 8x10, softcover. As a former apprentice of Will’s, I assumed his book would be a nostalgic journey but not especially... read more
The Year-Round Solar Greenhouse: How to Design and Build a Net-Zero Energy Greenhouse
9828 by Lindsey Schiller with Marc Plinke, 307 pages, 7¼x8¾, softcover. Is it worth the coal burned to generate the electricity to grow a tomato in... read more
You and I Eat the Same: On the Countless Ways Food and Cooking Connect Us to One Another
9831 edited by Chris Ying, 216 pages, 6½x9½, softcover. Whether you are an avid recipe hunter or an ur-foodie, you probably hunger not just flavor but... read more
Your Brain on Plants: Improve the Way You Think and Feel with Safe—and Proven—Medicinal Plants and Herbs
9834 by Nicolette Perry and Elaine Perry, 243 pages, 7x9, softcover. Published in the UK as Botanical Brain Balms. We all know that the brain and... read more