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The Twenty-fourth Year Anthology Articles from Backwoods Home Magazine issues 139-144 (2013) Articles include: Preparing for a temporary catastrophe; Building your chicken coop; Canning chicken; Broody biddies; Building wattle fences; Roast your own coffee; The coming ice age; Hiding a gun; Homemade cakes; Low-cost raised beds; Growing peach trees; Make your own permanent copper tags; Growing tomatoes; The skinny on composting; Make manure tea; Drought-tolerant landscaping; Reviving heat-stressed plants; Build your own battery charging station; Sheep dairying; Organic pest control; Hog butchering; Making hard cider; Build a pizza oven; Homestead security for women; Build a balcony deck; Homemade fruit vinegar; Growing cherries; Homestead water; Tips for older homesteaders; Eye-catching signs; Survival/utility vest; and many more.
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Backwoods Home Magazine is a bi-monthly American magazine. It was founded in 1989 in a garage in Ventura, California, by Dave Duffy. After publication of the second issue, Duffy met Ilene Myers, who became his wife and partner-in-publication. Backwoods Home remains family-owned. It is based in Gold Beach, Oregon. Backwoods Home's articles and columns emphasize practical skills and projects for rural living. Typical topics include building your own structures, growing crops, earning a living in the country, frugal living, cooking and baking, raising animals, harvesting wild foods, homegrown energy, emergency preparedness, self-healthcare, and buying and using firearms.
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