|Gardens of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
by Peter J. Hatch, published by the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation
A great addition to anyone's gardening book collection, Jefferson's gardening philosophies, ranging from plant selection to garden design, are back in vogue as more people return to gardening with an emphasis on organic. Jefferson knew the value of native species, such as wild crabapples, cardinal flowers and Virginia bluebells. But Jefferson also liked to try new things, such as planting seeds brought to Monticello from Europe.
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Generations at Risk: Reproductive Health and the Environment
Paperback: 440 pages
Good Green Homes: Creating Better Homes for a Healthier Planet
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Hardcover: 160 pages
Green Architecture by
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|Green by Design: Creating a Home for Sustainable Living
by Angela M. Dean
Architect Angela Dean offers a variety of ways to incorporate green building into your home, including using healthy building materials such as straw bales and natural flooring, taking advantage of local materials and resources, reusing gray water for landscaping, and incorporating passive solar design. Her goal is to teach people how to think about building sustainable homes.
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The Green Kitchen Handbook: Practical Advice, References, & Sources for Transforming the Center of Your Home into a Healthy, Livable Place by Annie Berthold-Bond
Paperback: 304 pages
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