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Caleb Warnock Forgotten Skills of Winter Gardening Without winter gardening, Paris, London, and New York City would have starved to death in the 19th century, but today these skills are nearly lost to the general population. Learn dozens of winter vegetable types including carrots, lettuce, spinach and more, how to grow them, where to find the now-rare seeds. Guest Profile: Caleb Warnock is the author of the national best-seller, “The Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency Used by the Mormon Pioneers.” He also has a full-time job (journalist for the Provo Daily Herald) and several part-time jobs (teaching writing both in person and online classes, book tour and book writing, directing writing conferences, selling pure, non-hybrid seed raised in his own garden, teaching gardening and homemade yeast and self-sufficiency classes). Caleb emphatically states that everyone can do something to feed themselves, no matter your schedule or where you live -- a huge farm, a couple of acres, a condo, a rented apartment. He has lived in all of these, and has grown his own food on all of these properties to some degree. If you want to do it, you can.
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