The other day I realized our reading material is urban homestead/farm/sustainable living focused these days. We ordered The Urban Homestead: Your Guide to Self-sufficient Living in the Heart of the City a few weeks back after the whole urban homestead TM controversy came out. It's a great read and I'd recommend it to beginning through advanced urban homesteaders. It's the go to "hand book" for urban homesteading. I've been getting Real Simple for months now and it's a fabulous sustainable living resource as well as chocked full of organizational advice which any mom can benefit from. Whenever I feel like I'm in need of some organization I grab a Real Simple. We've been drooling over the Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds magazine Ron picked up at work the other day. Their website touts them as "America's top source for pure heirloom seeds." Spring is around the corner and with the arrival of the chicks I thought this repro Little Golden Book Baby Farm Animals would be perfect for our little guy. The illustrations are delightful and it's a good beginning reader.
So what urban homesteading reads are on your kitchen table?