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Nature S Table

Author : Regenerative Press
ISBN : 1532396422
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Living At Nature S Pace

Author : Gene Logsdon
ISBN : 9781603580496
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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For decades, Logsdon and his family have run a viable family farm. Along the way, he has become a widely influential journalist and social critic, documenting in hundreds of essays for national and regional magazines the crisis in conventional agri-business and the boundless potential for new forms of farming that reconcile tradition with ecology. Logsdon reminds us that healthy and economical agriculture must work "at nature's pace," instead of trying to impose an industrial order on the natural world. Foreseeing a future with "more farmers, not fewer," he looks for workable models among the Amish, among his lifelong neighbors in Ohio, and among resourceful urban gardeners and a new generation of defiantly unorthodox organic growers creating an innovative farmers-market economy in every region of the country. Nature knows how to grow plants and raise animals; it is human beings who are in danger of losing this age-old expertise, substituting chemical additives and artificial technologies for the traditional virtues of fertility, artistry, and knowledge of natural processes. This new edition of Logsdon's important collection of essays and articles (first published by Pantheon in 1993) contains six new chapters taking stock of American farm life at this turn of the century.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Nature S Table

Author : Christina Tosch
ISBN : 9798603116006
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One of the best resolutions you can make this year is to improve your health and happiness by adopting a plant-based diet. It's a powerful way to help prevent sickness, live longer, and manage your weight. It's a lot kinder to the environment too. Don't stress, if you're not sure where to start; Nature's Table brings together a collection of 40 plant-based recipes that have you covered from morning to night. Featured plant-based recipes include breakfasts, lite bites, mains, salads, sides, and desserts - everything you need to set you on the road to success. Here, you can choose from exciting and satisfying plant-based recipes such as: - Garlic Hash Browns with Kale - Breakfast Stir Fry - Cheat's Mac n Cheese - Winter Vegetable Risotto - Grilled Cauliflower Wedges - Waldorf-Style Salad with Orange Mayo - Carrot Cake Chia Pudding - Pecan and Pear Cake Now you can enjoy family-friendly, plant-based meals featuring fruits, vegetables, tubers, whole grains, and legumes. The regime is based around eating plant-based foods in their most natural form. You can also include, in moderation nuts, seeds plant-based milk, breads, whole-grain flour, tofu, and tempeh. Switching to a plant-based diet also doesn't mean you have to wave goodbye to fish, lean meat, and low-fat dairy products. Many people following a plant-based diet enjoy these foods in moderation too. It's time to enjoy the very best that Mother Nature has to offer and discover Nature's Table, 40 Plant-Based Recipes for a Healthier, Happier You!

Saving Nature S Legacy

Author : Reed F. Noss
ISBN : 9781610913218
Genre : Nature
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Written by two leading conservation biologists, Saving Nature's Legacy is a thorough and readable introduction to issues of land management and conservation biology. It presents a broad, land-based approach to biodiversity conservation in the United States, with the authors succinctly translating principles, techniques, and findings of the ecological sciences into an accessible and practical plan for action.After laying the groundwork for biodiversity conservation -- what biodiversity is, why it is important, its status in North America -- Noss and Cooperrider consider the strengths and limitations of past and current approaches to land management. They then present the framework for a bold new strategy, with explicit guidelines on: inventorying biodiversityselecting areas for protection designing regional and continental reserve networks establishing monitoring programssetting priorities for getting the job done Throughout the volume, the authors provide in-depth assessments of what must be done to protect and restore the full spectrum of native biodiversity to the North American continent.
Category: Nature

Nobel Prizes And Nature S Surprises

Author : Erling Norrby
ISBN : 9789814522014
Genre : Science
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Each year the Nobel Prizes in the natural sciences reveal amazing discoveries. New milestones in the relentless advance of science are identified. The growth of knowledge and its evolution can be researched in the Nobel archives where nominations are kept secret for 50 years after the awards have been made. They represent a treasure for real-time assessment of science. Norrby's earlier book, Nobel Prizes and Life Sciences (2010) examined the unique archival records until 1959. The present book takes us up to 1962, surveying a range of dazzling discoveries. All prizes in immunology are reviewed. Their impact on our capacity to control infectious diseases and transplant organs are highlighted. The Nobel year 1962 is exceptional in recognizing the most major advance in biology since Darwin in 1859 presented his theory of evolution. This was the dramatic discovery of the double-helix structure of DNA by Watson and Crick in 1953. The era of molecular biology had begun. Its explosive development continues into the present. Contents:A Magician of Virology from AustraliaA Divided Nobel Prize and a New Era in ImmunologyMore Nobel Prizes in ImmunologyImmunity, Infections and TransplantationsTransgressing Borders in Science and Scenes of LifeMaking Sense of HearingUnraveling the Complexity of Protein Folding“It's So Beautiful, You See, So Beautiful”Coda Readership: General. Keywords:DNA;Nobel Prize;Life Science;Medical Disoveries;Molecular BiologyReviews: "This book describes and explains one of the most important discoveries of the 20th century. It is a seminal work, that scholars of the History of Science will use to be able to understand how science evolves. Young scientists will find this book a valuable resource." Sir Aaron Klug Nobel laureate in Chemistry, 1982 "Speculation about what happens in the selection of Nobel Prize winners is part of both the narrative and the ‘gossip’ of science. Interpreting what went on in the Nobel selection committees 50 years ago requires both an intimate understanding of how the process works and familiarity with subtleties of the Swedish language. Erling Norrby has the proper personal experiences to make such evaluations. In the present, his second, book he mainly reviews Medical Nobel awards during 1960 and 1962. Coming as it does near the beginnings of the modern medicine — recognizing exceptional advances in immunology and molecular biology — this is a fascinating era for those who are intrigued by the history of discovery." Peter C Doherty Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine, 1996 "The moment the Nobel Foundation announces its Prizes in the sciences, decades of struggle and turmoil toward discovery enter the spotlight. To skillfully examine some of the most dramatic scientific advances in the middle of the twentieth century, Erling Norrby has reached deeply into the Nobel archives to examine firsthand how many of the most illustrious Prizes from that era came to be awarded. As a superb scientist, educator and administrator, Dr Norrby is able to tell these stories within the context of the scientific discoveries." Stanley B Prusiner Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine, 1997 “I particularly enjoyed Norrby's lengthy treatment of the 1962 chemistry prize — to James Watson, Francis Crick, and Maurice Wilkins, 1962 for their structural work on the structure of DNA … This well-referenced and copiously illustrated book, featuring meditations, poetry, quotations, and miscellaneous musings, is a true labour of love. I heartily recommend it to anyone interested in the history of scientific discovery, the personalities of those who pursue it, and how it actually happens and is received.” Chemistry & Industry
Category: Science

Nature S Table

Author : A. F. Zebboudj, M.d.
ISBN : 1453759182
Genre : Cooking
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A collection of quick & easy to prepare Mediterranean vegetable dishes, traditional from the Berber region. A great addition for any vegan or vegetarian kitchen.
Category: Cooking

Voices Of Nature

Author : Lansing V. Hall
Genre : Blind poets
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Nature S Table

Author : Emmanuel Renaut
ISBN : 2080201581
Genre : Cooking
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Fifty-two exquisite recipes from Michelin-starred chef Emmanuel Renaut, celebrating the fresh and natural bounty of the mountains of Megève.
Category: Cooking

Insight Into Emptiness

Author : Jampa Tegchok
ISBN : 9781614290223
Genre : Religion
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A former abbot of one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in the world, Khensur Jampa Tegchok has been teaching Westerners about Buddhism since the 1970s. With a deep respect for the intellectual capacity of his students, Khensur Tegchok here unpacks with great erudition Buddhism's animating philosophical principle - the emptiness of all appearances. Engagingly edited by bestselling author Thubten Chodron, emptiness is here approached from a host of angles far beyond most treatments of the subject, while never sacrificing its conversational approach.
Category: Religion

The Pond Lovers

Author : Gene Logsdon
ISBN : 0820329541
Genre : Nature
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To his legions of readers, Gene Logsdon is best known as the Contrary Farmer. This is Logsdon's ode to the watery microcosms all around, from the half-acre farm pond to the suburban garden pool. Readers looking for hands-on experience will find plenty of pond-keeping do's and don'ts.
Category: Nature

The Science Of Mind The Definitive Edition

Author : Ernest Holmes
ISBN : 9781440674259
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"The founder of the United Church of Religious Science, an international religious movement, presents his basic spiritual tenets, showing readers how to get in touch with nature's forces and God's healing power."—
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


Author : William Forster
ISBN : UCD:31175035225872
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Once A Week

Author : Eneas Sweetland Dallas
ISBN : CORNELL:31924066351879
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