Wilder Quarterly #5

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Wilder Quarterly is a publication for people enthralled by the natural world. In these pages you’ll find green thumbs, rooftop gardeners, foodies and chefs, seed savers, architects, hobby farmers, horticulturalists, innovators, amateurs, and experts. Just your everyday mix of growing enthusiasts. Wilder is ‘life through the lens of the growing world’— indoors and out, culture, travel, food and design. Published seasonally for this generation of growers and the next.

Wilder Quarterly #5

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Wilder Winter 2013 explores the deep freeze with a trip to Iceland to see what survives the polar clime and coastal Maine to see the cold, hard realities of oyster farming. Chef Magnus Nilsson shows us the hiemal pleasures of the Swedish landscape and Alaskan native and songstress Kate Earl teaches us how properly to filet a salmon. We have plenty of deep reading for those long winter nights with a brief history of tree-hugging and an interview with NY Times columnist Mark Bittman. We experience a mid-winter thaw with a visit to Vietnam to learn about international farm to table cuisine. Along the way, we delve into the mythology of the persimmon and figure out why everyone should love the praying mantis. We'll help beginners get into vermiculture, share growing tips for every region and much, much more.

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Author Celestine Maddy
Publisher Wilder Media
Page Count 110pp
Publication Size 6.5 x 9.5
Publication Notes pefect bound, full color
Publication Date Winter 2013
ISBN n/a

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