Discover how to live a healthier, greener, more self-sufficient life by growing your own food and utilizing ancient sustainable living technologies.  

Learn how you can grow your own healthy food even if you have never done any gardening before and how you can save money and ensure your family is provided for in the future;  and to accomplish these things you won’t need years of training or any special life experience. The truth is anyone can do these things with access to a few simple tips.

If the thought of being self-sufficient and having true freedom excites you,  then we urge you to read on. We have something very special that we want to share with you today.  You are about to discover things that most people will never know...

Have you ever thought about growing foods without harmful pesticides?

Including how you can grow your own healthy food even if you have never done any gardening before and how you can save money and ensure your family is provided for in the future.  Have you ever considered saving rainwater to cut your water bills?  Well, it’s all possible. You can live greener and more self-sufficiently and it’s really not hard to do. In fact, it can be downright easy.

We’ll tell you why – and how – in just a minute.  
But first, let’s look at what a freer, greener, more self-sufficient life might look like for you.

  • Maybe you would have your own thriving garden filled with delicious, herbicide and pesticide free fruits, vegetables and herbs. Want some juicy, succulent tomatoes for dinner, just walk outside and grab a couple. Live in an apartment? No problem, the truth is you can grow healthy, great-tasting food in an apartment as well. There are even aquaponics systems that don’t require soil.
  • Maybe you build your own tank to catch rainwater and drastically cut your monthly water bills.
  • Maybe you raise chickens or goats or other animals on your property. Maybe you use permaculture techniques to attract beneficial animals like bees and dragonflies to your property as well.
  • Maybe you learn and implement green-living techniques that reduce your water consumption and lower your energy costs.
  • Maybe you reduce food and other waste and learn how to not just protect our planet but make it a better place for future generations.

Here’s a closer look at what you’ll learn from this amazing, information-packed guide:

  • How to grow asparagus, broccoli, cucumber, garlic, kale, peppers, swiss chard, soya beans, apricots, plums, rhubarb, strawberries, walnuts and much more – no green thumb required, just follow the simple directions and you’ll have delicious fruits, vegetables and herbs in no time!
  • Seven vegetables you can harvest in winter – plus, seven tips for growing citrus trees practically anywhere!
  • Little known but highly effective medicinal uses for several plants and flowers
  • How to grow fruits and vegetables indoors … even how to grow fruit trees in containers
  • How to spot common plant diseases and get rid of them before they cause lasting damage
  • Seven typical components of a guild and 10 reasons why guild planting is amazing
  • Ten benefits of cover crops – you have to understand the importance of cover crops to ensure you are able to make the most of your soil over time
  • Six reasons why comfrey is an amazing permaculture plant – what you learn here is going to surprise you!
  • Seven types of growing beds and the garden techniques you need to know to make the most of each one!
  • Eight ways to increase yield from your garden beds – follow these tips and you’ll be amazed at the quantity and quality of fruits and vegetables you grow!
  • Five methods to protect your plants from drought
  • Six ways to manage pests naturally
  • And much more

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  • Four ways to harvest rainwater and five types of tanks that you can easily build even if you have no building experience
  • Five types of composting methods and how to select the one that is right for you situation
  • Three types of aquaponics systems – you can use these to grow plants without soil
  • How to raise chickens like an experienced farmer
  • Eleven beneficial insect-eating birds
  • Ten beneficial spider species
  • How to attract dragonflies and bats to your garden and why this is a good thing
  • Seven natural building techniques that you can use to build sturdy structures without damaging the environment
  • How to solve six common house problems using sustainable living practices
  • How to dramatically reduce water consumption in your home
  • How to save energy in the kitchen
  • How to use household appliances much more efficiently
  • How to practice permaculture in urban areas
  • How to shop sustainably and reduce your food bill
  • How to start a small produce business that can serve as an extra income source
  • How to bring permaculture into the workplace without irritating your co-workers
  • How to harness energy from the city in innovative ways – chances are you haven’t even thought of these money-saving methods
  • How to reduce food waste
  • Six ways you can help combat climate change
  • And much, much more

Your dream life awaits!

There is a lot going on in the world today. There’s an energy crisis, a population explosion, water shortages, dwindling land resources, climate change and social decline.

In other words, this is an ideal time to pursue self-sufficiency. We don’t really know who or what will be there for us in the future. Being self-sufficient will give you true freedom along with peace of mind.

Sustainable living offers incredible benefits while preserving the world for future generations

  • It can save you money on your grocery and energy bills
  • It can ensure that you have food and shelter during a catastrophe or terrorist attack
  • It can give you a safe, healthy food supply in comparison to foods found at the grocery store that are grown with dangerous pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers

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If you want to live free …. If you want to keep your family safe and ensure they are provided for in the future … it’s time for you to start practicing sustainable living.

How much would you expect to pay for advice and information that quite literally could change your life by allowing you to make better use of your resources so that you save money and make the world a better place for future generations?

Certainly, even hundreds of dollars would not be unreasonable as you are sure to save much more than that following the sustainable living practices outlined in this guide.

But relax you won’t have to pay near that much for the Sustainable Living Manual, which comes in an attractive three-ring binder and includes over 400 pages covering everything from how to grow your own food to how to best utilize your water, air and soil to how to make your home sustainable to how to better care for the Earth and much, much more.

Remember, the sustainable living tips and advice contained in this comprehensive guide should allow you to save much more than the price you will be paying for this powerful manual.

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The Sustainable Living Manual is packed with knowledge you absolutely need to live better.  Here is what it includes:

Introduction

9

Plants

13

How to grow asparagus.

13

How to grow broccoli

15

Eight varieties of cucumber to grow

18

How to grow garlic

20

How to grow kale

22

How to grow peppers

26

How to grow Swiss chard

28

How to grow soya beans

31

Nine vegetables: Harvesting guide

33

Seven vegetables you can harvest in winter

35

How to grow apricots

37

Seven tips for growing citrus trees

40

How to grow figs

43

How to grow plums

46

How to grow rhubarb

48

How to grow strawberries

50

Eight fruits: Harvesting guide

53

How to grow walnuts

55

Nine edible weeds

57

Eight edible flowers

61

Herbs: Culinary and medicinal uses

63

Planting

67

How to start seeds indoors

67

How to plant a tree

69

How to grow fruit trees in containers

71

How to espalier fruit trees

74

How to graft fruit trees

77

How to spot common plant diseases

79

Seven typical components of a guild

82

Ten reasons why guild planting is amazing

84

Seven parts of an apple tree guild

87

How to grow walnuts

69

Four types of succession planting

89

Ten benefits of conver crops

93

Six reasons why comfrey is an amazing permaculture plant

95

Eleven functions of trees

98

Seven functions of bamboo

100

Functions a windbreak can perform

103

Five factors that aff ect microclimates

106

Six characteristics of Zone 2

109

Seven types of growing beds

113

Benefi ts of circular garden beds

116

Seven advantages of perennials

118

Why forest gardens are amazing

121

Garden techniques

125

How to map your plot

125

How to build a raised keyhole bed

128

Building a raised garden bed

131

How to make a no-dig bed

133

How to create more edges

136

How to do a 4-bed crop rotation

139

Eight ways to increase yield from your garden beds

141

An easy sheet mulching technique

145

How to propagate plants

148

How to prepare your plot for winter

150

Five methods to protect your plants from drought

153

How to repair fl ood damaged soil

155

Six ways to manage pests naturally

158

How to design a pond

162

Four ways to harvest rainwater

164

How to plan an orchard

167

How to build a cold frame

169

How to stack firewood

172

How to predict frost

175

Soil

179

Five functions of soil

179

Eight chemical elements in soil

182

Five elements of healthy soil composition

185

Six properties of soil

187

Three chemical element in the soil essential to plant growth (and how to increase them)

190

Seven ways to feed your soil

193

Five types of composting method

195

Nine great herbs for composting

199

Twelve things not to put in your compost pile

201

Five tips about composting toilets

204

Five types of manure for your permaculture garden

206

Nine organic mulch materials

209

Water

213

Four ways plants use water

213

Nine ways to save water in the garden

215

Ways to slow water leaving your property

219

How to build a swale

221

Five types of rainwater tank

224

Seven tips for greywater use

227

Four reasons to consider a pond in your permaculture design

230

Five categories of plants for ponds

232

Three types of aquaponics systems

236

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Animals

239

Nine things chickens add to a permaculture gardern

239

Nine things a permaculture gardener needs to provide for chickens

241

Ten chicken breeds to consider for your permaculture plot

244

How to spot five common chicken diseases

247

How to build a chicken dust bath

249

How to introduce new chickens to your flock

251

How to feed chickens

255

Five chicken bedding options

257

Six benefits of a chicken tractor

259

Nine goat breeds for a permaculture plot

262

Eight fish species suitable for quaponics

265

How to build a worm farm

268

How to set up a beehive

272

How to create a gardern to attract wildlife

274

Eight animals and the plants that repel them

276

Twelve beneficial insects for your permaculture plot

279

Eleven beneficial insect-eating birds

282

Ten beneficial spider species in the USA

285

How to attract dragonflies to your plot

289

How to attract bats to your garden

291

The house and beyond

295

Thirteen reasons to establish a home permaculture food garden

295

How to read your site

298

Fifteen things to observe before starting your permaculture design

301

How to site a new property

304

Seven natural building techniques

307

How to solve six common house problems

310

How to reduce water consumption in the home

312

How to save energy in the kitchen

315

How to use household appliances effi ciently

317

How to practice permaculture in urban areas

321

How to practice permaculture in rented property

323

How to preserve fruit and vegetables

326

How to reduce yout food miles

328

How to shop sustainably

331

How to reduce your food bill

334

How to choose a wind turbine

338

How to start a community garden

341

Seven forms of community gardening

344

Seven benefits of growing food in cities

346

Eight benefits of trees in urban areas

349

Seven permaculture principles for social communities

352

How to start a small produce business

355

How to start a cooperative business

358

How to bring permaculture into the workplace

361

Four types of complementary currencies

364

How to harness energy from the city in innovative ways

367

Seven benefi ts of doing a permaculture design certifi cate course

369

Care for the earth

375

How to reduce food waste

375

How to minimize e-waste

377

Six ways you can help combat climate change

379

Six sources of renewable energy

382

Six sustainable agricultural practices

384

Four ways soil gets abused

386

Six problems with monoculture farming

389

Eight problems with palm oil production

394

Seven reasons not to eat cage eggs

396

Five reasons to eat less meat

399

Four alternatives to dairy milk

402

Five threats to global biodiversity

404

Five reasons for rewilding

407

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