The Urban Homestead Book Review
The Urban Homestead was one the first books I bought on modern homesteading. It goes in to my oldie but a goody pile.
Once again life (and a very handsome 7 month old) have gotten in the way of my grand Pioneering plans. So in the interest of keeping my mind and creative juices flowing I figured it was time for a Good Old Fashioned Backyard Pioneer Book Review or GOFBPBR for short. I feel it is time for me to give credit where credit is due and single out one of the most influential books on the Pioneer Library shelves, The Urban Homestead
by Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen.
I found this book by accident while cruising Amazon.com. This book is filled with projects from the mild to the wild (Google Humanure if you dare!). While I’ll most likely never poop in a bucket inside of my own home (field expediency can’t be ruled out) I’m confident I’ll take a swing at some of the far ranging projects in this book. Some of them readers of the Backyard Pioneer will have a chance to see come to life right here on these pages. I fully enjoyed this book and reach for it often as a reference and for inspiration. It belongs on everybody’s bookshelf if for no other reason, so you can intelligently discuss the pro’s and con’s of humanure!
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