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USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning

This book is great for people who are canning for the first time, although experienced canners will also find new and useful information. Discusses canning equipment, ingredients and procedures to achieve safe high-quality canned products. Includes hundreds of canning recipes.

Lets Preserve Series

Series of 13 fact sheets (2 to 6 pages each) on canning and freezing fruits and vegetables, with recipes.

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Backyard Production of Meat Rabbits in Maine Backyard Production of Meat Rabbits in Maine

The popularity of raising domestic meat rabbits is growing in Maine. The benefits include nutritious food at a relatively low cost, the potential for extra income, and an educational experience for the whole family. This publication provides general and practical information that will help the new producer become a successful producer of meat rabbits as a backyard activity under Maine conditions. 15 pages. © 2014 by University of Maine Cooperative Extension. Download it for free or add it to your cart to buy a color copy.
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Native Trees and Shrubs for Maine Landscapes—Entire Series Native Trees and Shrubs for Maine Landscapes—Entire Series
Nonnative invasive plants pose a serious threat to Maine's biodiversity. By landscaping with native plants, we can create vegetation corridors that link fragmented wild areas, providing food and shelter for the native wildlife. This collection of bulletins is the product of a five-year research project that evaluated the adaptability of native trees and shrubs to the stresses of urban and residential landscapes in Maine. Each 2-page bulletin covers physical description, landscape use, culture, wildlife value, and maintenance for one native shrub or tree. © 2008 by University of Maine Cooperative Extension. Select this item to buy entire series of 23 fact sheets---or select only specific fact sheets below---and click "add to cart" at bottom of page.
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