Books

Discover La Fabriculture's favorite picks in our selection of books, highlighting themes that inspire us! Immerse yourself in the world of gardening, craftsmanship, DIY, and ingenuity with inspiring works. Explore creative ideas, learn how to care for animals, and cultivate medicinal plants. Our favorite books provide you with a source of inspiration and expertise to enhance your daily life and develop your skills in these exciting domains.

Discover La Fabriculture's favorite picks in our selection of books, highlighting themes that inspire us! Immerse yourself in the world of gardening, craftsmanship, DIY, and ingenuity with inspiring works. Explore creative ideas, learn how to care for animals, and cultivate medicinal plants....

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  • Gardening

    Explore La Fabriculture's favorite picks in our selection of gardening books! Immerse yourself in a world of vegetables and fruits with works that will guide you through all the stages of creating and maintaining your garden or market garden. Discover practical advice, proven gardening tips, and inspiring ideas to transform your outdoors into a true haven of peace. Whether you are a passionate beginner or a seasoned gardener, our favorite books will accompany you in all your adventures.

  • Arboriculture is the...

    Welcome to La Fabriculture's library with this selection of books on arboriculture and orchards! Immerse yourself in the world of fruit trees and discover the secrets of growing, pruning, and maintaining orchards, hedges or forest gardens. Our favorites offer practical advice, advanced techniques, and valuable information to help your fruit trees thrive and harvest delicious fruits every season. Whether you are a passionate amateur or a professional in arboriculture, these books will inspire and guide you in creating and managing your own orchard.

  • Craftsmanship & DIY

    Get inspired with our favorite picks on crafting, art, and DIY projects. Immerse yourself in a world of inspiration and creativity with works that are full of original ideas, innovative techniques, and exciting projects. Whether you're a curious beginner or an experienced artisan, these books provide detailed instructions, practical tips, and inspiring patterns to bring your projects to life.

  • Ideas

    Our selection of books with strong ideas and values about today's world! Dive into works that address burning current issues, from social and environmental challenges to political and cultural dilemmas. Explore perspectives, insightful analyses, and innovative solutions to understand and act in the present world. Whether you're looking for inspiration for positive change or deep reflections on our society, these books offer an enlightening and engaged view on major contemporary issues.

  • Animals

    Explore the fascinating world of farm and wild animals with our dedicated selection! Immerse yourself in captivating stories, informative guides, and books rich in anecdotes about the life and care of animals, whether they are domestic or wild. Whether you are an animal life enthusiast or simply curious to learn more, our favorites invite you to explore the diversity of our animal world and develop a new appreciation for our animal neighbors.

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16 low-tech DIY projects for the home and...

Reducing your impact on the planet while saving money with "low-tech" projects accessible to everyone is possible! This book offers 16 projects for the garden and home that are easy to achieve at a low cost, suitable for both beginners and experienced DIY enthusiasts: sprouter, Norwegian pot, solar dryer and oven, mobile hutch, birdhouse, composter, as well as insulating the water heater, hanging clothesline, shower water recovery for toilets, dry toilets... projects to recycle waste, save energy and water, or even welcome biodiversity in the garden. This book, written by Roland Dutrey, a craftsman, specialized eco-construction facilitator, low-tech pioneer, and DIY enthusiast who has transformed his own home into a low-energy building, is an updated version, in a modernized layout, of the book "15 clever ecological DIY projects" (2012, 14,000 copies sold).

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Arts of wild life first gestures

Living in harmony with nature, like the Native Americans or our ancestors in Europe: a wildest dream? Let's relearn primitive techniques, a source of irreplaceable autonomy, and the dream becomes reality. Through the pages, ''Arts de vie sauvage'' introduces a progressive immersion and allows to acquire the essential, precious, and original gestures. Making fire, crafting nets, bows, and arrows, and then, setting off! Kim Pasche and Bernard Bertrand invite us to share their experiences and treasures, those gifts of nature born from chance encounters and the joy of living humbly.

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Biodiversity Hives - Practical Manual for...

If bees today need our help, it does not mean we should increase the number of hives to compensate for the scarcity of their natural habitats: it is important to give them the opportunity to return to their wild nature. Bernard Bertrand and David Giroux guide you towards a caring practice, respectful of bees and their living conditions, through the biodiversity hive - also known as a "refuge hive" - focused on preservation rather than production. Learn to observe your hive to understand what is happening inside, and step by step, build your own models in wood or woven straw. Questions and answers, concrete examples, and numerous photos enrich this practical manual, documented and based on the authors' experiences with these beautiful creatures. You are now ready to invite and welcome these exceptional pollinators into your home, naturally and under the best conditions. What if you became a beekeeper yourself?

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Building a wind turbine

With photovoltaics, small wind turbines are one of the simplest ways to produce your own electricity. In this book, Tristant Urtizberea gives us all the keys to install a high-performance and affordable small wind turbine at home.

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Create a mini forest garden

The mini forest-garden is an imitation of a natural forest where all the plants are edible. This innovative concept is developed at Ferme du Bec Hellouin where a mini-forest is scientifically monitored. It proves to be particularly productive in a small space, while offering multiple ecosystem services. Discover in this guide various forms of forest-gardens that can be easily implemented in both urban and rural areas. Contents Living in the forest In search of a lost forest Journey into a mini forest-garden The study conducted at Bec Hellouin Becoming a forest gardener Choosing plants: the canopy Choosing plants: shrubs and vines Choosing plants: the herbaceous layer Key questions to ask before planting a forest-garden Designing a forest-garden Implementing a forest-garden Maintaining a forest-garden Tools for forest gardeners Many options for living off your forest-garden

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Create a pond, a water feature, a natural...

How not to be amazed at the sight of a dragonfly? Creating a pond is a powerful lever to restore biodiversity and introduce children to the beauty of nature! It is also one of the best ways to create water reserves for watering the garden and vegetable patch. Frédéric Proniewski presents all the techniques for simply creating a natural pond, a water reservoir, or a swimming pond. A significant part of the book is devoted to the animals and plants that will enrich this new environment.

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Creating and maintaining a permaculture...

Planting trees, especially fruit-bearing trees, that will produce fruits for decades, is essential today. Because, once created according to the permaculture principles explained by the author, a diversified orchard over time provides a generous, healthy, and regular production, requiring only minimal maintenance. Whatever your region and the space you have, you will find in this book the key information to design your orchard or fruit hedge, choose suitable species and varieties, plant and maintain them... all while working with nature, never against it!

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Cultivating in the world of tomorrow

Agricultural soils reaching the end of their lifespan, rising energy costs, mass extinction of species, widespread pollution... How can we continue to feed ourselves in a changing world (and quickly)? Is it possible without systematically destroying the planet - perhaps even by "fixing" it? And what if the solutions were right in front of our eyes... for a long time?

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Diseases and pests in the organic...

Prevent, identify, treat: these are the three keys to cultivating an organic vegetable garden without resorting to insecticides, herbicides, rodent repellents, slug killers, and other synthetic pesticides, which are harmful to human health and the environment...

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Earth Alive Cheat Sheets: Companion Planting

What associations in the garden for leeks, carrots, tomatoes, potatoes, beans, and herbs? By playing on the proximity and complementarity of plant species, it is possible to reduce efforts, improve production, and naturally combat diseases and pests.

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Eating from one's garden

Striving for food self-sufficiency is the foundation of resilience. However, feeding oneself from the garden throughout the year is quite a challenge. Charles Hervé-Gruyer presents, month by month, what needs to be done in the vegetable garden to obtain abundant harvests. From soil care to variety selection, in a permaculture vision, he details all the steps to plan and create a nourishing garden.

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Ecological market gardening without...

A reference book for professional market gardeners looking to increase their productivity. Jesse Frost (aka Farmer Jesse), an organic market gardener, host, and independent journalist, provides all the details for using the no-till ecological market gardening method, resulting in a truly living soil and incredible market garden productivity. Advice and methods tailored to French soils.

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Edible forest & fruit hedge

Create a forest garden or a fruit hedge in temperate, Mediterranean, and mountainous climates The forest garden is at the heart of current permaculture designs. Regardless of its name - forest garden, edible forest, nourishing forest, permaculture orchard, or fruit hedge - the idea is to draw inspiration from forest ecosystems, or more precisely from forest edges, to create a multi-layered and nourishing garden. By thus valorizing space in its three dimensions, this principle allows for increased productivity per surface area and the creation of a naturally intensive garden. Antoine Talin, a landscape architect specialized in permaculture, provides in this book all the keys to designing them, regardless of the cold or drought conditions that may prevail in our regions. The solutions he proposes make it possible to create agroforestry gardens adapted to climate change and to limit its effects.

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Forest gardening: a new way of living and...

By creating three-dimensional edible landscapes, it is possible to achieve abundance and autonomy while taking care of nature. Born from the marriage of permaculture and agroforestry, the technique of "food forest", which imitates the functioning of a young wooded area, is already gaining followers around the world, in rural areas as well as in cities, for collective or private projects, for professional, educational, aesthetic, or subsistence purposes. As the first book on a French experience, this work provides information on design techniques and the associated flora according to the climates and landscapes you wish to create. Practical and illustrated, it presents around a hundred original trees, shrubs, vines, and herbaceous plants, often unknown, that complement traditional fruit trees and vegetables. Food forests are more than ever seen as an exciting adventure to live and share!

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From graft to graft, the fruit forest

Give those who still believe in paradise the pleasure of picking an apple, a pear, a pistachio in the scrubland or in a nearby wasteland... this is the successful challenge of Maurice Chaudière, this life magician!

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From school to the garden

Educational Gardening Guide in School Settings What if the change in our relationship with food started from a young age, at school, with both hands in the soil? Karine Lévesque firmly believes that the practice of educational gardening can help us address certain challenges related to education, the environment, and agriculture. As a teacher working with youth aged 15 to 21 in Montreal, she initiated an innovative educational garden project with her students, which has sparked interest from several schools today, highlighting the importance of building connections between schools and the community. To equip teachers who wish to embark on a similar adventure, the author has gathered all the relevant information here to start an educational garden and ensure its success. What to grow, when to start planting seeds, and what to do with the harvest? How to design the garden area? Should you cultivate in ground or above ground? What educational goals can be achieved? Where to find resources to succeed? How to build relationships with the community? How to lead an outdoor class? How to integrate gardening with the requirements of different educational programs? How to manage time according to the school calendar? These are just some of the questions answered by Karine Lévesque with great generosity. Divided into two parts – the courtyard side (theory) and the garden side (practice) – this guide provides numerous tips on horticulture and education, as well as management and planning. Richly illustrated, it will appeal to school staff, as well as early childhood educators, association leaders, parents, regardless of the available cultivable area. Expertly demonstrating the many benefits of gardening practices in a school environment, this essential work, inspired by Jean-Martin Fortier's "The Market Gardener," certainly contributes to the ongoing agricultural revolution. “The educational gardening movement is still in its infancy, but it is growing rapidly. And the book you hold in your hands will be one of the catalysts for the coming years. […] Drawing on her experience as a teacher and as the founder of the educational garden Les Jardins des Patriotes, Karine Lévesque generously shares the lessons she has learned in the field and through the training sessions she conducts.”

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Gardening for free! Sowing, cutting,...

Having a productive vegetable garden and a beautiful ornamental garden for next to nothing and gardening almost for free is possible thanks to this book! You will find advice on how to find a small piece of land if you don't have one – such as family, community, shared gardens or those in your neighborhood – the basics of gardening based on recovery, recycling, resourcefulness, water management, seed and plant exchanges, tips for making everything yourself – potting soil, compost, green manure, producing your own seeds, seedlings (including trees), cuttings, natural home care for your plants using ash, comfrey, nettle, horsetail or urine – but also making small, ecological, clever and aesthetic DIY projects like pathways, wooden braided borders, fences, mobile greenhouse, pallet planters, or privacy screens.

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Gardening with biochar

The world's richest soils are the "black lands" of the Amazon, or terra preta. Ancient populations incorporated a particular form of charcoal, called "biochar," into these soils. Simply adding this powdered carbonized plant matter to your soil in the presence of very little oxygen and seeded with microorganisms will improve its structure, reduce the need for fertilizers, counteract the effects of toxic metals, stimulate plant growth by storing water and nutrients, and increase microbial biodiversity. Furthermore, its controlled production is not only very low in pollution but also contributes to carbon sequestration in the soil. Jeff Cox teaches you about biochar, how to use it effectively, and even how to produce it yourself, step by step, in your garden or in a stove. For those who want to take the adventure further, there are instructions on how to build the ultimate biochar stove.

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Growing mushrooms is easy!

Cultivating your own oyster mushrooms, shiitakes, shaggy manes, button mushrooms, morels, and other delights, you've been dreaming of it? It is now possible thanks to this very educational, practical, and fun book.

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Growing organic citrus fruits

What a pleasure to pick oranges, lemons, clementines, kumquats, mandarins, grapefruits, pomelos, or even yuzus in your own garden! Citrus fruits are the most cultivated fruits in the world and are among the most sold tree species in garden centers. However, growing them, especially organically, is not so easy and can lead to bitter failures. Contrary to popular belief, citrus fruits can be grown in almost any climate (except mountainous areas), not just in the Mediterranean region. This book, written by Jean-Noël Falcou, an organic citrus grower from the Alpes-Maritimes, a pioneer in organic citrus orchard management, will guide you through all the steps of organic citrus production: from choosing varieties suitable for your climate, to harvesting and preservation, including planting – in the ground, under greenhouse or in pots – and care (watering, pruning, soil management, fertilizers and amendments, diseases and pests). In this book, you will discover the diversity of these citrus fruits: fruits of all shapes, colors, ranging from a few grams to several kilos, cold-resistant down to -20°C depending on the species, capable of growing in a wide variety of soils. A reference book with clear and educational content, supported by numerous illustrations, providing all the conditions for success for the general public and those looking to embark on this profession!

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Growing vegetables in winter even without...

At first glance, winter may not seem like a favorable period for bountiful harvests in the vegetable garden, and yet, many vegetables are perfectly suited for this season! This book brings together all the information needed to feast on more than 40 vegetables truly well-suited for this season, without relying on heated greenhouses or techniques that require fossil fuels (freezing or pasteurization). Because to have vegetables in winter, it's all about planning your crops, knowing how to store... and most importantly, relying on the diversity of vegetables, a basic principle of permaculture.

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Guide to New Gardening

Guide to new gardening: No soil work, on plant coverings and compost Latest updated edition 2021! An innovative approach to gardening, very easy to implement!

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Harvesting young shoots of edible wild plants

This book is intended for anyone who wants to eat more naturally and enhance their meals with wild flavors. The lack of knowledge and fear of picking a toxic plant are the main obstacles to consuming wild herbs. This guide aims to facilitate the identification and picking of wild plants. You will learn how to avoid possible confusion with 50 common plants. The leaves of 280 species are meticulously described with numerous photos. For each plant, bio-indication elements are provided. They will help you understand the nature of the soil where they grow and alert you to deficiencies, excesses, pollutants... The wandering plants that populate our gardens, cultivated lands, and countryside will become food treasures, original, healthy, free, and easily accessible. Families, genera, and species updated according to current botanical nomenclature.

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Hoeing work

“Agriculture with a hoe, in a simple way, involves hitting the ground repeatedly with a sharp tool to break its structure into finer particles, to achieve suitable conditions for sowing your favorite plants. Undoubtedly, it is both the most important and the simplest of technologies that has marked the course of human history. It allowed humanity to evolve beyond the hunting and gathering practices and venture onto the path of agriculture. Once they became farmers, men could modify their environment to meet their specific needs. The population could increase food surpluses, store them; cities could grow, and civilizations could rise and fall – all thanks to the effect of a simple hoe.”

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I am learning how to graft my fruit trees...

Why graft? How does it work? What tools to use? How to harvest scions and choose the right rootstock? So many questions when you want to enjoy delicious fruits from your garden...

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I am returning my bioclimatic greenhouse:...

If you have a greenhouse – or are planning to install one – and you want to use it all year round without increasing your ecological footprint, you will find in this book more than twenty techniques to improve your greenhouse and make it bioclimatic. Written by Aymeric Lazarin, an ecologist by training, ecology teacher, and nursery-landscaper, this book provides you with all the advice for adjustments that take into account the context, the model of your greenhouse, your DIY skills, your finances, and your needs – you will find both simple and more complex adjustments. The projects are classified according to the nature of the desired intervention: enhancing solar radiation during the day, increasing thermal mass to withstand cold, orienting your greenhouse towards the south, installing a plant barrier or a north-facing wall, creating a double partition, creating warm layers, creating air currents, digging a pond under the greenhouse, whitening the walls with lime... to address both heat, cold, and humidity! Regulatory reminders, fundamental principles of bioclimatism, and reminders about plants' heat needs are also presented. Everything you need to cultivate in a greenhouse all year round without increasing your energy expenses for heating in winter!

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I combine my cultures... and it works! 25...

After the success of "Le poireau préfère les fraises", "J’associe mes cultures… et ça marche !" offers an updated and verified selection of successfully tested plant associations.

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Little Treatise of the Punk Garden

“By searching for nature, we end up finding it”! A radical and provocative concept, the punk garden is an invitation to practice gardening differently, beyond conventions, with instinct and intuition. It is necessary because it addresses current issues of applied ecology to bring biodiversity into every corner of daily life and to beautify our environment regardless of knowledge, financial means, etc. Designed so that the new gardener does not see their desire to garden constrained by their lack of knowledge or preconceived ideas (by themselves or others), the objective of this work is for everyone to realize how possible it is for them to create, no matter what, a beautiful and ecological space. This libertarian manifesto aims to be accessible to as many people as possible and reveals the tips and tricks that allow a garden to be "punkified." Adopt punk culture to create an impertinent garden and learn how to manage it while remaining lazy, rebellious, broke, and eco-friendly! Discover the magic of instant regeneration, the simplicity of propagation, and how to break all the rules. This work received the Saint-Fiacre Prize 2019, awarded annually by the Association of Garden and Horticulture Journalists (AJJH).

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Living without plastic

Ecological tools at our fingertips Plastic is now omnipresent. We are all familiar with those spectacular images of tons of waste floating in the sea or bird carcasses with their bellies full of plastic. Microscopic particles are also found where we least expect them: in the deep sea, on the highest mountain peaks, throughout the food chain... and even in our own bodies. Commonly used in a multitude of packaging and everyday products, most plastics can release chemicals and persist in the environment for a very long time. To mitigate the effects of this toxic and polluting material, recycling is often touted as a solution, although it is more of a mirage. What if we tackled the problem at its source? What if we became the main characters in our consumption habits? The abundance of plastic particles suffocating nature and jeopardizing our health is such that we cannot completely eradicate them. What we can do, however, is slow down the influx of new plastic into our lives, as advocated by the authors of this guide, who provide us with all the tools to achieve this. This informative book helps us better understand the different types of plastics and their short- and long-term dangers. "Living Without Plastic" is also a real toolbox to help us eliminate plastic from our daily lives. Chantal Plamondon and Jay Sinha show us how to analyze our personal plastic use and provide ideas for safe, reusable, and affordable alternatives, confirming that our personal choices represent a powerful force for change. Illustrations by Elodie Duhameau

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Low-maintenance fruit trees: Easy to...

Gardeners are showing an increasing interest in fruit trees and shrubs. At the same time, gardens are getting smaller and most gardeners lack time and expertise. Fortunately, there are now many varieties of small trees that are both generous, resistant, and suitable for limited spaces. In this book, you will find: • a detailed presentation of new fruit forms, dwarf or columnar, at human height, requiring little maintenance, • a selection of dwarfing rootstocks for old or modern varieties, helping to reduce the vigor of cultivated trees, • a range of varieties that are less susceptible to diseases and pests: apple trees, pear trees, cherry trees, plum trees and pluots, peach trees, nectarine trees, apricot trees, fig trees, citrus trees... • basic prophylactic measures to preserve the good health of fruit trees: exposure, environment, soil, fertilization... as well as tailored advice for the easy pruning of these trees, • a description of gentle, curative, and preventive treatments, if necessary, to effectively protect the plants.

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Low-tech everyday objects - Make a...

Imagine yourself with small and large utensils (blender, fridge, cooking...) without electricity or oil? Everyday low-tech objects that can be easily made and repaired, all while taking care of the planet and humans? Alizée Perrin and Yoann Vandendriessche propose making a sprouter, desert fridge, pantry, Norwegian pot, pedal blender... Useful objects, sometimes full of poetry, that help us reduce our domestic energy consumption. Accessible to everyone, even to novice handymen and city dwellers!

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Low-tech objects & direct energies Make a...

Alizée Perrin and Yoann Vandendriessche invite us to save even more energy by making low-tech objects with direct energy sources. On the agenda: solar oven, wind turbine or rocket stove, but also human-powered motor, wood stove... Each project is accompanied by a step-by-step guide with clear drawings and instructions, accessible to everyone, even to beginner DIY enthusiasts.

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Making art supplies with resources from...

During the first lockdown, while lacking materials to practice her artistic activities, Lucie Broisin Schoch becomes aware that she is using polluting products. Necessity is the mother of invention: she realizes that nature is full of materials and colors. From then on, she becomes passionate about making watercolors, brushes, charcoal, pastels, plant-based inks, and wild palettes. This guide offers the opportunity to become self-sufficient in the production of artistic mediums, to learn how to harvest and identify natural resources, and to reconnect with ancient techniques. Beautiful and ecological!

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Making firewood without using petroleum

Working in silence, amidst the beauty of trees... what if happiness was in the woods? This practical guide is the first to address modern hand logging techniques, accessible to everyone. Making firewood without petrol, i.e. without relying on a chainsaw, is better for the climate, efficient, economical, good for health and morale. This book brings together techniques and practical advice on choosing the right tools and maintaining them, knowing which tree to cut, how to split it, and taking care of your back with lumberjack yoga! You will also discover all the uses of this living and precious resource that is firewood.

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Making pottery in your garden

A low-tech and ecological method to learn pottery, without much material. With this book, everyone can gather clay from the surrounding nature, prepare it, shape it without a wheel, and then fire it in a wood-burning kiln. These techniques are simple and will allow beginners to get started. Amateur or professional ceramists will reconnect with gestures dating back to Prehistory. Various types of easy-to-make kilns are presented, as well as clear step-by-step instructions for learning pottery. A way to reconnect with the elements while creating useful and beautiful objects.

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Market gardening on a small scale: the...

The French Method, proven for nearly two centuries in urban areas and practiced in 150 countries worldwide, is the essential method for those looking to maximize the productivity of a small piece of land with limited financial resources. Through manual labor and appropriate tools, it allows achieving a level of productivity that mechanized agriculture cannot rival. This book, the only work detailing the principles of market gardening on a small scale, will provide you with all the keys to adopt the French Method yourself through various practical tools: a detailed monthly sowing calendar, a unique projected table to optimize yields... Professionals looking to innovate their practices or curious amateurs: this book aims to be accessible to all those who wish to rethink agriculture and embrace an approach that is both ethical and economical. Follow the guide!

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Multiplying all plants: seeds, cuttings,...

All multiplication methods illustrated step by step. Sowing, cuttings, grafting, layering, explained in a very simple way and illustrated step by step. All garden plants (ornamental, vegetable, orchard) and indoor plants. Ideal for beginners, with economical and easy-to-implement and successful techniques.

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Natural care for trees

A practical guide for treating trees using plant extracts with various techniques: spraying, infusion, poultices, soil treatments... A comprehensive book with precise recipes to understand how trees work and effectively combat diseases while respecting nature.

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Nesting boxes, feeders, and more - Nearly...

With a little time, some wood, and this guide in hand, it is easy to act in favor of the wildlife around us! Hundreds of drawings and photos, as well as numerous tips – from installation to maintenance, including assistance with feeding – guide you step by step in this adventure. You don't need to be a skilled handyman to build a nest box, a shelter, a feeder, or a waterer. Clear, precise, and dimensioned plans will allow you to easily make 47 beautiful pieces. Birds are in the spotlight, but small mammals, insects, and amphibians are not forgotten. Practical, this book provides some guidance to identify 47 species, as well as to better understand their habitat and behavior. Today, the urgency to preserve biodiversity is great. Building shelters adapted to common fauna is a simple gesture that fits into a naturalist and eco-citizen approach. Book recommended by the LPO.

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Nettle Purée and Co: Plants to the Rescue...

How about dealing with most of your garden problems without using any chemicals? With Purin d’ortie et Cie, it's completely possible! You will discover the art and the way to prepare many plant extracts, such as nettle, but also those of 31 other essential plants, like horsetail, fern, comfrey, dandelion, etc. A real first aid kit for your garden, your planters, and your indoor plants... The authors' experience is complemented by testimonials from specialists who share their own secrets and tips... "Your plants will be happy!" The bible of the happy gardener: one hundred and twenty-five thousand copies already sold!

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Organic market gardening culture

Multi-faceted and multi-dimensional, market gardening activity cannot simply be reduced to the art of growing vegetables. Organization, planning, soil work (or lack thereof), fertility and organic matter, cropping systems, variety selection, harvests, infrastructure, income, physical and psychological health... Quentin d'Hoop addresses organic market gardening in this practical and comprehensive book as exhaustively and thoroughly as possible, thanks to his rigor and expertise.

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Permaculture in the garden month by month

Damien Dekarz, known for his inspiring videos on Youtube (channel "Permaculture, agroecology, etc."), speaks to all those who dream of a productive garden full of fruits and vegetables that promote biodiversity as a whole. Indeed, more and more people are desiring a healthy and environmentally friendly diet. Permaculture is at the heart of this work, which is practical and illustrated, making it accessible to everyone.

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Planting biodiversity hedges

For centuries, hedges protected, delimited, and nourished. The last few decades have seen massive uprooting or replacement by "green concrete," the monospecific hedge. And with this process, there has been an impoverishment, a deterioration, even a desertification of living beings. Today, it is once again urgent. For climatic, aesthetic, ecological, and philosophical reasons, it helps to reintroduce nature and therefore biodiversity. Trimmable (providing mulch, wood, stakes...), diverse, it allows for all combinations in all locations. Bees need flowers, fauna need food and shelter, humans need fruits and plants. It is essential to protect oneself from climatic hazards, neighbors, noise... The hedge is there! The idea of this work is to help build the project, choose the plant species (about forty are presented), and open up new perspectives for the gardener, the owner of a small plot, the elected official. To greenify as much as possible, while there is still time. It is part of a permaculture, global vision, where the tree regains its rightful place, at a time when heatwaves, droughts, and other climate disruptions are intensifying.

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Practical Guide to Aquaponics

Are you interested in consuming quality food produced and harvested by your own hands? Do you have a pioneering spirit and want to learn something new? Do you want to find out if aquaponics meets your needs? This book is for you. Grégory Biton decided to write this book - the first in French on the subject - to make this form of closed-loop culture combining plants and fish, still largely unknown in the French-speaking world, more accessible.

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Practical Guide to the Scythe

False, sickle, scythe: yesterday's tools for today's uses The scythe is economical, silent, ecological, and just as effective, if not more so, than lawnmowers or brush cutters... but its handling requires real expertise to use it correctly and effortlessly. This practical guide, highly illustrated and based on the author's experience, provides all the information to make your scythe, sickle, or sickle an effective and enjoyable tool, whether for mowing grass, clearing brush, or harvesting hay and cereals.

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Producing your own electricity: Building...

Do you dream of becoming self-sufficient in electricity? Solar power is the simplest and most efficient method to achieve this. Convinced that there will be no transition without energy reduction, Tristan Urtizberea offers a comprehensive and accessible guide to self-build your installation and generate your electricity. Basic concepts, sunshine calculation, installation on a roof, a converted van, a tiny house, or a boat: the author describes all the possibilities that solar panels can offer.

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Raising chickens: Allies towards...

Raising your own chickens is an excellent way to increase self-sufficiency while ensuring the quality of the eggs you consume. But which chickens exactly? How to set them up, feed them, and take care of them on a daily basis while respecting their well-being, in an ecological and cost-effective manner? Drawing on his extensive experience, Hervé Husson answers all these practical questions in this book and reveals his secrets as a chicken farmer.

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Raising goats and making cheese

Marie Fischer and Clément Baillet practice a "poetic agriculture" on their farm in the Landes region, a kind of specifications favoring ancient breeds, respecting environmental resources, natural production methods, on-site processing, and local distribution. Passionate and devoted to their goats, they share their expertise in this guide to enable everyone to get started. Whether the goal is to maintain an open space, raise a few dwarf goats in the garden, or create a small productive farm and make cheese, the principles presented in this book remain the same.

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Small fruits, delights of the organic...

Mmmmm... those memories of strawberries or raspberries picked in the garden! Those blackberries gathered from the hedges and bushes... Those crunchy grape berries. That enticing scent of red fruit jelly slowly simmering on the stove... Small fruits are pure happiness!

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Spinning natural fibers

Hemp, wool, nettle... Convinced of the importance of reviving ancestral traditions and valuing local resources, Camille Brabant & Naomi Rossignol transmit the pleasure of spinning yarn from natural plant materials (flax, hemp, or nettle), and animal materials (wool, horsehair).

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Step by step towards a living land

This book is a real user manual to help you launch and design your sustainable, autonomous, and resilient edible space. The goal of this guide is to start your vegetable garden, sow your biodiversity area, and plant your forest garden. In this book, the authors accompany you hand in hand, from your first steps to refining your project. A more specific aspect of this manual is its practical approach, resulting from concrete achievements and exciting experiments in various fields such as agroecology, permaculture, biodynamics, and electroculture, to name a few. As the microcosm of a vegetable garden is a living organism that is part of a whole, the authors open all doors at once. They invite you to dream, imagine, and understand your ecosystem. Step by step, build the balance of biodiversity within your nourishing space. Start from observation to create your design and implement your project concretely. Furthermore, throughout these pages, you travel with the authors in the realization of three playgrounds: an experimental vegetable garden in Belgium, a perennial vegetable area in France, and an agroecology farm-school in Senegal. Thus, with enthusiasm, the authors take you step by step on this journey towards the ultimate goal: making the Earth alive.

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Terre Vivante's cheat sheets: Recognizing...

Agastache, chard, coriander, mint, purslane, celandine, lesser celandine, geranium, bindweed, chickweed, pellitory, cornflower, poppy, cosmos, evening primrose, buckwheat, sunflower... Do you know how to recognize young spontaneous seedlings? Do you know what to do with them, leave them or pull them out? Are you familiar with natural dispersal?

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The "cheat sheets" from Terre Vivante:...

Sowing, planting, transplanting, grafting, monitoring, thinning, mulching, treating, stimulating, pruning, watering, cleaning, propagating, harvesting, cutting, weeding, picking up, digging, eliminating, caring, burying fertilizers, installing supports, picking, removing faded flowers, installing nesting boxes, putting on winter veils... There are many tasks to be done in the organic garden, season after season, and it's easy to get lost! Following Terre Vivante's cheat sheets on vegetables, pests and diseases, fruits and berries, and herbs, this new addition to the collection focuses on seasonal tasks, detailed every two weeks. Discover throughout the year what needs to be done in the vegetable garden, orchard, greenhouse, or ornamental garden, and efficiently take action! With this cheat sheet that's easy to slip into your pocket, with its essential, clear, and concise information, organize yourself so you don't forget anything and know what to do... when it needs to be done!

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The 2024 agenda of the organic gardener

The organic gardener's agenda, an essential tool for the vegetable garden, provides day by day the lunar calendar, the essential tasks to be carried out, the actions to be taken. This 2024 edition opens its pages to Marie Chioca, who shares month after month her passion for the vegetable garden, as well as delicious recipes to enjoy the garden's products to the fullest. With the beautiful brush strokes of Anne Jamati for the illustrations. In a few words: The 2024 edition of the Gardener's Agenda takes us directly from the vegetable garden, with beautiful poetic texts describing Marie Chioca's garden each month, to the table with 48 recipes to help us transform our harvests into delicious dishes to enjoy. Every fortnight, a reminder of the garden tasks to be done in accordance with the season, as well as the phenological markers. A detailed lunar calendar, day by day, taking into account the various astronomical events. A practical notebook reminding of the basic principles of organic gardening. Spaces for notes so that the gardener can scribble in their agenda as they see fit. A very comprehensive and regularly updated address book listing the best seed producers, nurseries, suppliers (aquatic plants, fertilizers, amendments, mulches, mulching, treatment products, tools, equipment), breeders, etc.

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The agroecological microfarm: a circular...

This book is the story of a personal adventure: that of Lauriane and Charles, who decided to become farmers. In the 21st century, it's quite a story! It is based on several years of experience gained on the field in their small farm (less than 5 hectares). But it is also a reflection on French agriculture: some would have us believe that it is doomed, others say it must industrialize to compete globally. Lauriane and Charles explore other, very promising avenues. Instead of working against nature, they decided to work with it, following the principles of permaculture. Is their land wet? They will dig ponds and plant trees around them! They will raise crayfish in the water, bees and pigs outside... Thus, little by little, a new, ecological, more humane, circular and highly productive agriculture is being invented, which maximizes the potential of a small area without ever depleting it. Finally, this book is an installation guide. Aspiring farmers, as well as the merely curious, will find in Lauriane and Charles' experience a wealth of useful information. Especially since they don't avoid the fundamental questions: how much does it cost? How to get assistance? Where to train? Where to sell? How to organize collectively? Accessible and practical, rich in testimonials and illustrations, this title proves essential for creating an agroecological microfarm and making a living from it.

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The crops associated with the vegetable...

Visual guide to good plant combinations The "companion planting" method involves growing plants together that have positive influences on each other, either because their basic needs complement each other (soil type, nutrient needs, root systems, etc.) or because the chemical compounds they emit repel certain pests or diseases. This natural farming method, which originated in Germany, has proven its effectiveness over many years.

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The Earth Alive Forest Garden Guide

The forest garden: a fascinating, productive, resilient, self-fertile, and soothing garden! In addition to producing an abundance of fruits, vegetables, flowers, seeds, aromatic or medicinal plants, the forest garden provides a solution (among others) to many current issues such as biodiversity loss or climate change. Remi Kulik, a well-known YouTuber from the channel Le Jardin d’Émerveille, a nurseryman specializing in the production of various plants and in the creation of forest gardens, planted his first trees about fifteen years ago, and what his forest garden now offers him far exceeds his expectations. He has met other forest garden planters, and every time, the feedback is the same: these gardens are as fascinating as they are nourishing. In this book, he provides explanations to understand the foundations – from the soil to the plant, through wild biodiversity or livestock – of this complete ecosystem, rich in incredible biodiversity, and all the advice to design and create this type of garden. While the subject may sometimes seem complex, the purpose of this book is to demystify it and allow everyone to embark on this adventure: theoretical knowledge with a thorough scientific approach (botany, soil microbiology, biodiversity, ecological successions…), choice of land, project design, selection of species to plant (creating guilds), crop associations, placements, plantings, maintenance… Everything is covered! Whether personal, family, or professional, the forest garden will generously provide you with all the beauty that nature produces!

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The Earth Living Guide to Organic Gardening

From sowing to preservation, including care, cultivation advice, harvesting, and seed production, this book brings together all of Terre vivante's expertise to succeed in your organic vegetable garden. Create a healthy, 100% organic, and productive vegetable garden! Discover organic know-how: composting, mulching, crop rotations, green manure... Choose from over a hundred vegetables, herbs, and small fruits presented, the ones you want to grow. More than 1100 varieties are suggested for their flavor, hardiness... Learn how to protect them naturally and effectively against pests and diseases. Become self-sufficient: make your own seedlings, produce your own seeds, prepare your own fertilizers, collect rainwater... Preserve and enjoy your harvests with the many healthy and delicious recipes offered by gourmet gardeners! The advice from recognized professional authors is illustrated with over 500 drawings and photos, enriched with tips and tricks from Terre vivante's gardeners and 300 amateur gardeners. All this knowledge makes this book the reference for organic vegetable gardening!

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The farmer craftsman

Manual for small-scale breeding of broiler chickens, laying hens, and dairy goats In 2008, Dominic Lamontagne and his partner Amélie decided to settle in Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides with their two children, motivated by the desire to escape the city, to take the keys to the countryside, and to learn to feed themselves. To their surprise, the project faced numerous regulatory obstacles. Despite these constraints, they managed to establish a subsistence farm on less than a hectare of cleared land, comprising a small number of dairy goats, laying hens, and broiler chickens.

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The Forest School

Games and learning in the woods for budding adventurers The first book on Forest School pedagogy Games and learning in the forest are becoming increasingly important in children's education, whether in England (Forest School), Denmark (friluftsliv), Germany (Waldschule), or in Canada and the United States. In France, interest in outdoor learning is booming.

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The forest-garden

Create an edible forest in permaculture to regain autonomy and abundance Creating an "edible forest" or "food forest" involves planting a wide variety of edible plants at different heights, inspired by forest systems. Thanks to their mutual interactions, the chosen species require little soil work, weeding, or pest control, resulting in a productive and healthy system.

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The Gardening and Market Gardening Guide...

In this magazine, you will find instructions on how to use the BIONNEUR by Mr. SOLTNER. A 28-page guide dedicated to gardening techniques on ridges.

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The genius of living soil

What if the problems faced by gardeners and farmers stem from our ignorance of soil life and the mistreatment we subject it to? The example of natural areas (forests and others) shows us that the "Genius of Soil Life" is the key to fertility and productivity. This book is not afraid to challenge conventional ideas and denounce the lack of respect from human activities towards soil science and its consequences, which no one can deny the profound nature of the issues (desertification, erosion, unhealthy eating and malnutrition).

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The Indian Runner Duck - Your asset for a...

Have you ever thought about having ducks in your garden? In addition to being endearing and easy to raise, Indian Runner ducks are incredibly efficient at regulating populations of slugs and snails. They can live in the vegetable garden without damaging the plants and are able to weave between the vegetables in search of their favorite prey. To top it off, the ducks lay excellent eggs in large numbers throughout the year. Damien Dekarz takes us on a journey to discover the species and shares all his tips for successful breeding. He teaches us how to take care of ducks by considering their needs: number of individuals, space, nesting/sleeping area, fencing, food, predators... Then he focuses on the ducks' life in the vegetable garden: good plant associations, routes, protections... Reproduction, diseases, cohabitation with other animals, building a pond, and of course, egg collection are also discussed. This book will help you naturally limit gastropods. Whether you are a gardener, nursery worker, or professional market gardener, these amazing waterfowl will be your allies for a productive garden rich in biodiversity.

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The Joy of Saving Seeds - A Guide to...

Can we harvest melon seeds planted next to squash? How to preserve the color of the flowers? Should I store my seeds in the refrigerator? When should I harvest my carrot seeds? Do bell peppers and chili peppers cross-pollinate? How to harvest seeds from multiple varieties of squash in the same garden? Saving seeds is a practical and enjoyable activity... To prevent any unpleasant surprises, this comprehensive practical guide explains what you should do... and should not do to produce beautiful and good seeds. In the same vein as "Nettle Manure and Company," a practical, highly illustrated book to turn your garden into a place for perpetuating biodiversity.

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The little book of mankind

Manual for human manure composting What if the organic waste from the seven billion people who use the toilet every day could be turned into valuable resources? Recycling our feces and urine remains a major taboo in our societies. Yet, using clean drinking water to dispose of our waste may be one of our most curious and polluting cultural habits.

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The Market Gardener

Driven by the international success of the first edition of The Market Gardener, Jean-Martin Fortier continued to refine his diversified market gardening techniques and to test tools to optimize his organic crops on a small scale. In this new revised and expanded edition, he once again generously shares his expertise to help those who dream of starting in organic farming and market gardeners looking to improve their farming practices. Yes, it is possible to cultivate organic vegetables intensively on less than a hectare of land, to feed hundreds of people through short food supply chains, and to make a profit from your micro-farm! Now considered a reference in organic farming, this practical guide provides cultivation notes on over 25 vegetables and teaches you, step by step, how to: choose a site location inspired by permaculture; minimize initial investments for your business; use alternative machinery to tractors; cultivate in permanent beds with minimal soil disturbance; organically fertilize your crops; effectively combat diseases and harmful insects; weed using the best tools; extend the growing season by "forcing" crops; develop a crop calendar; create a sound financial plan. Sold in over 50,000 copies and translated into several languages, The Market Gardener is a must-read for those who want to practice ecological, local, and truly nourishing agriculture. The time has come to turn away from industrial agriculture, dependent on petroleum, which is so harmful to our health and our environment. The agricultural revolution is underway, and this book is the perfect tool to participate in it. “One of the most encouraging things for me is to see the number of young, enthusiastic, educated, and politicized individuals who deeply wish to learn the art of producing food sustainably. In the near future, this community will form a powerful critical mass and, when the time comes, we will no longer be ignored.” — Jean-Martin Fortier

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The permaculture guide for the garden

Permaculture is a philosophy of life for the establishment of a sustainable society. An essential approach for all those interested in ecological transition, which renews our way of understanding the world. Permaculture is also a very productive method of cultivation, taking nature as a model, promoting biodiversity by focusing on the relationships between plant species, creating ponds, fruit hedges, forest gardens... Its results are astonishing. Permaculture is experiencing strong growth today. To allow both rural and urban dwellers, beginners and enthusiasts to learn about this cultivation method, the author shares in this book the know-how, experience, and advice of numerous experts.

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The pleasure of growing your own organic...

Starting your own vegetable, flower, or shrub plants is an added pleasure for gardeners. Using simple techniques and minimal equipment, producing your own plants has multiple benefits: avoiding the uncertainties of spring weather, limited maintenance and weeding, propagating rare varieties... and the joy of sharing with friends. Following ''The Pleasure of Saving Seeds'', Jérôme Goust now allows us to enhance the joys of gardening while contributing to biodiversity-friendly gardening.

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The Practical Manual of Biogas - From...

Produced from waste, biogas is an energy source that can be used for cooking, heating, running a generator, or fueling a vehicle. With this practical manual, accessible to all, learn how to set up a biogas installation at a low cost. All you need is to find organic material and have a minimum amount of space for the installation. The author shares their experiences and provides the necessary guidelines for self-building a biogas production system and the techniques for its use, including a functional biogas purifier allowing its use in a CNG-equipped vehicle. A new step towards energy self-sufficiency!

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The raised garden bed

This book is aimed at any new gardener who wants to start with the right method, but also at any experienced gardener who wants to improve their working comfort and the productivity of their garden. You will discover all the advantages of raised bed gardening: less need to bend down to harvest vegetables, fixed and wide aisles that prevent soil compaction since you no longer walk on the planting beds. As a result, the growing surface increases. The raised soil greatly improves it and this garden is particularly suitable for heavy soils. The vegetable roots will find more depth, water will be better drained in case of heavy rains, the soil will warm up faster in spring. It will suffer less from drought. Its maintenance will be kept to a minimum. You will also discover the most beautiful feature of raised bed gardening: its beauty by highlighting the plants.

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The Round Divisible Hive for beekeeping...

''For the Happiness of Bees'', could have been the title of this work, the result of a lifetime of experience devoted to beekeeping. The round divisible hive is a plea for the simple realization of hives, but also for their management in harmony with the biology and ecology of bees. The relevance of the argument quickly becomes apparent: "But why didn't anyone think of this before?" exclaims one from the first pages of the book. As a seasoned educator, Gilbert Veuille imparts to us, step by step, a teaching accessible to all. His method ensures both good health for the colony and a significant honey harvest…

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The vegetable garden

Self-sufficiency and no-till gardening The essential guide to succeeding in your garden without depleting the soil and achieving food self-sufficiency. Choosing to act daily according to one's convictions? This is the choice that Marie-Thérèse Thévard (Marie-Thé, for insiders) made about thirty years ago by successfully developing her food self-sufficiency through no-till gardening in Saguenay, her adopted region in Quebec. Le jardin vivrier recounts her practices, convictions, and research to embody an ecological lifestyle based on independence from fossil fuels, resilience, healthy eating, permaculture, agroecology, and community living. Designed to guide month by month all the steps to achieve a flourishing organic vegetable garden, this manual details the principles and techniques for growing vegetables, fruits, legumes, and even cereals. A guiding principle drives her approach: no-till gardening. Faced with soil depletion, which is the fate of industrial agriculture, Marie-Thé advocates for "the genius of the soil," avoiding plowing while enriching it with mulch. All of this in a boreal climate, in a context considered challenging for market gardening. Marie-Thé's many years of experience will teach you: The principles of permaculture, agroecology, and no-till gardening; Crop associations to create a living and resilient ecosystem; Techniques to protect crops from the cold; Biological methods to get rid of major pests; A toolkit to organize your garden (storage, tools, seeding, planting, and harvesting calendars); Methods for preserving vegetables and seasonal recipes; The essentials of poultry farming. Written by Marie-Thé's daughter, Le jardin vivrier is the essential guide to succeeding in your kitchen garden through no-till gardening and gradually achieving food self-sufficiency. Richly illustrated with diagrams and photos, this book is a must-have for ecological gardening.

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Trees hold all knowledge, all stories, all...

Discover a fascinating world full of treasures and wealth: the world of trees! Knowledge, stories, powers, and hopes: it is through the main themes of this beautiful book, very well illustrated and a true encyclopedia, that its author, Serge Schall, invites you to both marvel and educate yourself. Forestry, exploration, botany, selection, issues, uses, research... but also literature, art, beauty, imagination, and even sylvotherapy, plant physiology, and dendrology are developed in this book. Without any particular hierarchy, there are no less than 162 topics on trees covered in it. You can thus "pick" the information according to your desires. This unique book, published in co-edition by Plume de carotte and Terre vivante editions, is aimed at beginners curious about nature as well as knowledgeable audiences such as botanists, explorers, lumberjacks, cabinetmakers, or forest activists... in short, all tree lovers!

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Urine is liquid gold in the garden.

Here is the first comprehensive work dedicated to urine, this true liquid gold that allows for recycling and production at the same time. In an updated edition, it synthesizes current knowledge about the number one natural fertilizer: legal status, agronomic value, impact of dietary salt on plants fertilized with urine, health and environment, plants best suited for frequent urine applications. Recycling urine in the garden helps avoid costly water treatments and benefits from a free resource, rich in mineral salts beneficial for plant growth and biodiversity. To cultivate without polluting, the author provides recipes combining urine and compost; informs about the dosages to be applied and proposes two spreading methods - undiluted or diluted - depending on the chosen frequency, and also addresses the specific case of plants grown in pots. In this practical manual, discover the value of this fantastic resource as well as how to use it safely, and adopt a new, smart and productive gardening habit. "Our brains need to be unlocked and read this book!" Stéphane Marie, editor-in-chief of Silence, ça pousse! "It took courage to write this book, [Renaud de Looze] did it." Alain Baraton, in La Main verte on France Inter. New edition, replaces EAN 9782359810608.

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Waters: All knowledge, history, powers, hopes

Water, such a precious resource! Following the success of the illustrated thematic books Seeds (2020, Saint-Fiacre Prize 2021) and Trees (2022, P.J. Redouté Prize and Jury's Favorite for the Émile Gallé Prize 2023) in co-edition with Plume de carotte and Terre vivante, here is the reference book on the theme of water.

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Welcome to syntropy. A garden of...

After permaculture, syntropy is the new revolution for gardening! This approach is inspired by natural mechanisms that tend towards abundance. Syntropic gardening relies on a process of organic matter accumulation to establish or restore soil fertility. This leads to a productive and resilient garden, capable of adapting to climate change. In practice, this translates to the installation of extremely dense and diverse crops, where different plant species are sown and planted at the same time to ensure yields over periods ranging from a few months to several decades. It involves envisioning the evolution of this group of plants over time and space.

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Woodworking Manual Guide

At the plane and at the planing bench In this era of dependence on all-electricity, this unique guide is a breath of fresh air for all lovers of handmade craftsmanship. Beautifully illustrated, it presents simple plans and detailed tutorials for step-by-step creation of "your" benches – those that will be tailored to your needs – and various personalized green wood objects: small utensils, bowl, ladder, stool, tool handles, basket splitter, etc. All the ingredients are here to satisfy the most demanding and succeed in this new artisanal endeavor, whether for a new initiation or to enhance your skills. This Guide to woodworking by hand, at the plane and at the planing bench, is an indispensable tool to regain true creative autonomy.

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