Category Archives: Library

Perelandra Garden Workbook: A Complete Guide to Gardening with Nature Intelligences

Jeffersonton, VA: Perelandra, 1993

ISBN-10: 0927978121

ISBN-13: 9780927978125

Pages: 328

“This is a much-needed, hands-on manual for the gardener who wishes to work in conscious partnership with the overlighting [sic] nature intelligences. Based on the author’s many years of

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Rosemary Verey’s Making of a Garden

New York: Henry Holt, 1995

ISBN-10: 0805039562

ISBN-13: 9780805039566

Pages: 192

Rosemary Verey’s Making of a Garden invites the reader to share in the artistic vision and experience of a great garden maker, an acknowledged expert on companion planting and…

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The Well-Tempered Garden

New York: Lyons & Burford, 1997

ISBN-10: 155821593X

ISBN-13: 9781558215931

Pages: 479

“‘The Well-Tempered Garden is for gardeners who have not been dragged into this pursuit but are here because they love it.’ So writes Christopher Lloyd in the Introduction…

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Wild Flowers of Bahrain: A Field Guide to Herbs, Shrubs, and Trees

Manama, Bahrain: Diana Charles Phillips, 1988

Pages: 207

“Photographs and descriptions of 133 species are presented in this field guide to the plants of Bahrain. The information given for the plants includes Latin, English, and Arabic names, flowering period, habitat,…

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Guidebook for Directors of Nonprofit Corporations

Chicago: Section of Business Law, American Bar Association, 2002

ISBN-10: 1590310438

ISBN-13: 9781590310434

Pages: 255

“The Guidebook is designed to serve as a useful reference book for directors and prospective directors of the thousands of nonprofit corporations in the United…

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Water Gardens: How to Design, Install, Plant, and Maintain a Home Water Garden

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1994

ISBN-10: 0395709350

ISBN-13: 9780395709351

Pages: 230

“All over North America, from Alaska to Florida, gardeners are discovering the magic of water in the landscape. With new pond liner materials and water plants that thrive in eighteen-inch…

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Sacred Demise: Walking the Spiritual Path of Industrial Civilization’s Collapse

New York: iUniverse, 2009

ISBN-10: 1440119724

ISBN-13: 9781440119729

Pages: 335

“The collapse of industrial civilization is rapidly unfolding and offers us an opportunity far beyond mere survival, even as it renders absurd any attempts to ‘fix’ or prevent the end…

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Green Metropolis: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less Are the Keys to Sustainability

New York: Riverhead Books, 2009

ISBN-10: 1594484848

ISBN-13: 9781594484841

Pages: 357

“Most Americans think of dense cities as ecological nightmares—wastelands of concrete, garbage, diesel fumes, and traffic jams—but residents of urban cores actually consume less oil, electricity, and water than…

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Built by Hand: Vernacular Buildings Around the World

Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2003

ISBN-10: 158685237X

ISBN-13: 9781586852375

Pages: 469

“This stunning and truly amazing collection of photographs by Japanese photographer Yoshio Komatsu celebrates traditional, or vernacular, architecture from around the world. Komatsu’s photographs tell the story of…

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Ecological Design

Washington: Island Press, 2007

ISBN-10: 1597261416

ISBN-13: 9781597261418

Pages: 238

“The publication of Ecological Design was a seminal moment for the green building movement, and the book remains one of our most valuable and relevant texts today. Sim Van

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