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In Guilt Free and Green, author and green pioneer Terri Paajanen details how to be both environmental and economical at home without going mad. Going green is more than a philosophy on a bumper sticker. It’s not only good for our planet, it’s good for your checkbook. Taking her experiences from living off the grid in the outskirts of Canada, Terri breaks down all the simple and clean ways you can live an earth-conscious life.
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Terri Paajanen has been living on 5 acres for the past seven years, growing a wide mix of fruit, vegetables, herbs and even a few apple trees in her gardens. Before that, she worked hard to produce food in various small city lots, containers and balconies. Over the years, she’s honed her backyard agriculture skills and learned the tricks to a successful garden without the heavy use of chemicals or synthetic products. Terri has a B.Sc in biology and botany and has mastered the fine art of putting bushels of food on the table every year. She is looking to expand her home’s acreage and plans to experiment with nut trees, more fruit and joining a new farmer’s market. Terri is also the author of FIG’s 52 Simple Ways to Live Green published in 2014.
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