Storey's Basic Country Skills (Paperback)

A Practical Guide to Self-Reliance

By John Storey, Martha Storey

Storey Publishing, LLC, 9781580172028, 576pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 1999

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (9/1/1999)

List Price: 24.95*
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Description

Whether you live on a small suburban lot or have a many acres in the country, this inspiring collection will empower you to increase your self-sufficiently and embrace a more independent lifestyle. A variety of authors share their specialized knowledge and provide practical instructions for basic country skills like preserving vegetables, developing water systems, keeping farm animals, and renovating barns. From sharpening an axe to baking your own bread, you’ll be amazed at the many ways learning traditional skills can enrich your life. 


About the Author

John Storey founded Storey Communications, Inc. with his wife Martha in 1983. He has three children and eight grandchildren. He lives in western Massachusetts and farm in Westport, New York.


Martha Storey lent her party-planning advice to Keeping Entertaining Simple. She has mastered the art of relaxed hostessing, whether giving small dinner parties for close friends or large corporate picnics, and she shares her secrets and inspiring ideas with readers. Country-living publisher for more than 17 years, Martha also draws on her country roots to bring you the time-honored classics of the American country kitchen in her book, Treasured Country Recipes from Martha Storey and Friends. Martha founded Storey Communications, Inc. with her husband John in 1983. She has three children and eight grandchildren. She lives in western Massachusetts and farm in Westport, New York.


Praise For Storey's Basic Country Skills: A Practical Guide to Self-Reliance

“This big, comprehensive book that covers everything from land to animals; from vegetables to country cooking.  The book encompasses more than 40 years of writing and includes the expertise of many experienced authors.  It’s like having a whole community of seasoned gardeners, farmers and homesetaders living next door to you.” – Star Beacon