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Salvando Nuestras Semillas: La Práctica y Filosofía (Spanish Edition)

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Este último libro del activista de semillas Bevin Cohen es una inmersión profunda en el cómo y el por qué del movimiento moderno de conservación de semillas. Una gran guía práctica; El libro guiará al lector paso a paso a través del proceso de salvar sus semillas de 43 cultivos diferentes, desde acelga hasta zanahorias y todo lo demás. Los ahorradores de semillas de todos los niveles se beneficiarán de las explicaciones fáciles de seguir de Bevin sobre técnicas importantes como la polinización manual, el aislamiento, la vernalización e incluso la estructura básica de las flores.

Un libro como este no estaría completo sin historias que honren a los muchos jardineros, agricultores y cultivadores de semillas que han dedicado sus vidas a proteger estas variedades patrimoniales. Dentro de estas páginas encontrará estos cuentos, escritos por los mismos poseedores de semillas, que comparten sus historias y ayudan al lector a aprender la importancia de SALVANDO NUESTRAS SEMILLAS.

Seed activist Bevin Cohen takes a deep dive into the hows and whys of the modern seed saving movement. A great how-to guide, leading the reader step by step through the process of saving their seeds from 43 different crops; from adzuki beans to wheat and everything in between. Seed savers of all levels will benefit from Bevin’s easy to follow explanations on important techniques such as hand pollination, isolation, vernalization and even basic flower structure. A book like this would not be complete without stories that honor the many gardeners, farmers and seed keepers that have dedicated their lives to stewarding these heritage varieties. Within these pages you will find these tales, written by the seed keepers themselves, sharing their stories and helping the reader understand the importance of SAVING OUR SEEDS.

Bonus!: Includes a section about cowpeas written by our GM, Angie Lavezzo, and a section about okra written by The Utopian Seed Project Director, Chris Smith!

About The Author

Bevin (Ben) Cohen is a writer, poet, herbalist, gardener, seed saver and wanderer. He lives and works at Small House Farm with his wife, Heather, and two sons, Elijah and Anakin, on their family homestead in Sanford, Michigan. The Cohen family grows seed crops, herbs and flowers and keep a small flock of laying hens. Bevin is also the founder of MI Seed Library, a community seed sharing initiative that has worked closely with a number of communities to help establish seed library programs across his home state and beyond. He spends his time outside of his gardens offering workshops and lectures across the country on the benefits of living closer to the land through seeds, herbs and locally grown food. Bevin finds himself at home wherever his hands are in the soil, sowing the seeds of yesterday to reap the bountiful harvest of tomorrow.

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Este último libro del activista de semillas Bevin Cohen es una inmersión profunda en el cómo y el por qué del movimiento moderno de conservación de semillas. Una gran guía práctica; El libro guiará al lector paso a paso a través del proceso de salvar sus semillas de 43 cultivos diferentes, desde acelga hasta zanahorias y todo lo demás. Los ahorradores de semillas de todos los niveles se beneficiarán de las explicaciones fáciles de seguir de Bevin sobre técnicas importantes como la polinización manual, el aislamiento, la vernalización e incluso la estructura básica de las flores.

Un libro como este no estaría completo sin historias que honren a los muchos jardineros, agricultores y cultivadores de semillas que han dedicado sus vidas a proteger estas variedades patrimoniales. Dentro de estas páginas encontrará estos cuentos, escritos por los mismos poseedores de semillas, que comparten sus historias y ayudan al lector a aprender la importancia de SALVANDO NUESTRAS SEMILLAS.

Seed activist Bevin Cohen takes a deep dive into the hows and whys of the modern seed saving movement. A great how-to guide, leading the reader step by step through the process of saving their seeds from 43 different crops; from adzuki beans to wheat and everything in between. Seed savers of all levels will benefit from Bevin’s easy to follow explanations on important techniques such as hand pollination, isolation, vernalization and even basic flower structure. A book like this would not be complete without stories that honor the many gardeners, farmers and seed keepers that have dedicated their lives to stewarding these heritage varieties. Within these pages you will find these tales, written by the seed keepers themselves, sharing their stories and helping the reader understand the importance of SAVING OUR SEEDS.

Bonus!: Includes a section about cowpeas written by our GM, Angie Lavezzo, and a section about okra written by The Utopian Seed Project Director, Chris Smith!

About The Author

Bevin (Ben) Cohen is a writer, poet, herbalist, gardener, seed saver and wanderer. He lives and works at Small House Farm with his wife, Heather, and two sons, Elijah and Anakin, on their family homestead in Sanford, Michigan. The Cohen family grows seed crops, herbs and flowers and keep a small flock of laying hens. Bevin is also the founder of MI Seed Library, a community seed sharing initiative that has worked closely with a number of communities to help establish seed library programs across his home state and beyond. He spends his time outside of his gardens offering workshops and lectures across the country on the benefits of living closer to the land through seeds, herbs and locally grown food. Bevin finds himself at home wherever his hands are in the soil, sowing the seeds of yesterday to reap the bountiful harvest of tomorrow.