May 2012 Featured Book Giveaway: “Homesweet Homegrown” by Robyn Jasko

UPDATE: Congrats to this month’s winner, Khadijah! If you’d like to purchase this book for yourself, here’s a link.

It’s that time again! Time to announce another book giveaway.

This month’s featured giveaway is Homesweet Homegrown: How to Grow, Make, and Store Food No Matter Where You Live by Robyn Jasko.

This is Robyn:

And this is an excerpt from Robyn’s email to me:

In addition to raising awareness of GMOS, organics and heirlooms,  HSHG encourages people to start their own modern homestead, complete with grow guides for 25 crops, easy recipes by vegetable, diy garden projects, canning/fermenting and food storage guides, and plans for starting a garden no matter where you live.

This book was inspired from my site Grow Indie.com, which I started with the mission to empower people everywhere to have the tools, know how and moxie to grow their own food.

You can read more in this press release.

Here’s the scoop on the giveaway:

Giveaway details:

• The contest deadline is 5:00 PM on Friday, May 25, 2012.

• To enter, simply leave a note in the comments section of this post and/or:

Each of the above actions by you counts as a separate entry. That’s right, you can register up to FOUR times for this contest.

• The winner must be a resident of the continental U.S. (Sorry, Canadian and Australian friends!)

• I’ll announce the winner in an update to this post and on my Facebook page during the week of May 28. The winner will be selected by a random drawing.

• Can’t wait. You can always go order a copy.

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21 comments

  1. I love Robyn’s mention of “moxie”…she looks like she could add some energy into the subject of food production and preservation! I used to help my grandmother with so many of her food-related projects, including canning. I wish now that I had taken notes. Books like Robyn’s are so important, to get the message to those who don’t have someone to show them the way.

  2. “Home Sweet, Home Grown” by Robyn Jasko sounds like an excellent book for any gardener. Thanks for contributing to our gardening world.

  3. This book looks like an interesting read. Thanks for the giveaway!

    katja9_10 at hotmail dot com

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