Nifty Homestead Giveaway – January 2017

This month we want to commemorate a great author and friend of the site, Toby Hemenway, who sadly passed away last month.  Toby is the author of not one but two of our favorite books on permaculture: Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture and The Permaculture City: Regenerative Design for Urban, Suburban, and Town Resilience. We love these books so much that we wanted to double up your chances of winning and select two winners for January’s giveaway.

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Nifty Homestead January Giveaway

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Author: Kane Jamison

Kane is the founder of Nifty Homestead. He lives on his own urban homestead with his family in West Seattle.

Website: https://www.seattlehomestead.com

Comments
  1. Thanks Kane for the giveaway fun! I don’t have a way to post a photo but we have tomatoes, pumpkins, and a lot of herbs!!! I would totally dry that, especially since we have not had a working oven in over 3 years. You have a terrific blog site.

  2. Just like Donna I don’t have a way to post photos, however, I have A LOT of herbs & veggies in our gardens. We have 2 types of tomatoes, onion, 2 types of lettuce, watermelons, pumpkins, garlic, cucumber, sweet potato, spearmint, hibiscus, sage, lavender, German thyme, Chocolate mint, and rosemary just to name a few. I LOVE cooking with fresh herbs!

  3. I was just saying the other day that I wanted to learn how to can. This would be a perfect prize. Thank you for your generosity. Good luck to everyone.

  4. Sure would love to learn more about permaculture and convert more of my one acre over to more sustainable practices. I expand my vegetable gardens every year and compost like crazy, but I know there’s more I could be doing. Love being outdoors tending to natural processes. Your website is a great help! Thanks.

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