Books

I utilize a lot of books while researching for my posts. I am going to keep a list of some selections from my library, available for anyone else that might be interested.

If you have a recommendation to a book that is not yet on this list, let me know so I can continue to add to my research library.

NOTE: I am using links to Amazon to provide the data on each book. This allows those that are interested to look into the book more. Because of this, some ad blockers prevent the list of books from being displayed. Please set your ad blocker(s) to allow ads on this website in order to correctly view the list.


My Wish List

I have found that the more I learn, the more books there are that I want to read! Hence, my book wish list. I have been told that it is somewhat lengthy. However, these books contain a huge amount of knowledge for how to interact with our world in a responsible, sustainable, edifying way that not only does not make things worse but actually helps to improve the conditions around us. So, some of the books will not appear at face value to have much, if anything, to do with permaculture, etc. And some books may seem to be more or less duplicates of other books. But the more you know, the more you can do. The more you can do, the greater the impact you can have around you and the greater the influence for good. Alright, on with the wishlist!

NOTE: I recommend perusing from the last page to the first. The books that have been on my list the longest tend to be the most preferred. Naturally, that does not apply to new books or books that are not new but not previously known to me (which is as good as new, in many cases).

Disclaimer: I find that quite a few cookbooks tend to find their way into my wishlist, probably a result of browsing Amazon.com while hungry. And I do focus quite a bit on eating. In truth, when it comes down to it, one of the main reasons for permaculture is to identify ways by which humans can be fed in the most bio-sustainable way.

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