Monday, June 18, 2012

Book Review: Weekend Homesteader by Anna Hess

Title: Weekend Homesteader
Author: Anna Hess
Pub. Date: April 23rd 2011
Publisher: Wetknee Books
Format: E-Book 
Pages:  36 

 Book Description:    

Do you dream of homesteading but only have a bit of time each weekend to work on your projects? This ebook series introduces a simple but powerful project for each weekend of the year to start you off on the path to self-sufficiency. May projects include:

Planning your summer garden (with tips on the easiest vegetables to grow)

Making a kill mulch (and why no-till gardens are healthier)

Planting your summer garden (with information on when and how to plant)

Making a rain barrel (to collect free water for your garden)

Turning off your TV (and finding time for what really matters)

The author draws on her years of experience homesteading to make each project cheap, easy, and fun.

My Review:

I love to garden and live off the land. Well lets just say that you can always learn new ways to do things and new or different products to use to receive the object that you are trying to get. With that being said, I love how Anna Hess has put this book together to help those of us who have lived off the land and those of you who have not. 

Let's just put it out there the way that Anna has in the very first part of this book. "If you had to, could you live off the land?"  As we all know things in life happens, like: earthquakes, floods, power outages, and so on. So, could you do with out power? Do you know the way to plant or raise food if it was the only way to live?

Anna Hess in Weekend gives you a lot awesome advice as well as instructions with pictures. And it is for that reason I am giving Weekend Homesteader my Breath of Life rating of:

5 Clock Rating!

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