About the book
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The quicker our technology develops and the more modern our homes become, the stronger our urge grows to learn about self-sufficiency. Where does the food that we eat come from and what kind of life did the animals have? What pesticides have been used to grow my children’s cereal? How can I be more energy efficient to save on our planet’s resources? What can the age-old wisdom from the farmers of yesteryear teach us today?
Questions like these challenged journalist Niklas Kämpargård towards changing his own day-to-day life and growing closer to nature.
In this book he has collected 100 examples, big and small, to help you along the way. Theses are handy and practical advice on how to create your own vegetable patch and orchard, become a beekeeper, how to keep animals, build a shed, fell trees, use solar power and create a natural first aid kit.
This enjoyable and fully illustrated companion will have something for everyone – city types and countryfolk alike.