Growing Berries for Food and Fun: Notes from the Northwoods

Picking fresh berries from your own home-grown plants is a treat no matter where you live, but in the cold short season climate of the northern Midwest there is a special satisfaction. Between the long winters, short summers, wild critters, busy schedules and varied weather it is a real joy to finally hold in your hand sun ripened fruit that you grew. This book helps you get there. More
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About Sue Robishaw

Sue Robishaw has thirty five years of magazine articles and six books to her credit, mostly from the forty years she and her husband, Steve Schmeck, have spent building and living on their off-grid Upper Peninsula Michigan homestead. Her life is full of variety and interest. A large organic garden and orchard provides most of their food and unending topics for her writing. All of the pieces of her world are woven together in a way that suits her belief in the joy of life -- gardening, homesteading, hiking, writing, watercolor, music, dance, community, and designing and knitting colorful wool socks for warmth and fun!

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