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Christopher Nyerges
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How Eric Sloane Influenced my Work
Lessons for Artists from Eric Sloane [Nyerges
is the author of “Guide to Wild Foods,” and nearly two dozen other books.   He also teaches writing, self-reliance
skills, and ethnobotany. He can be reached at www.SchoolofSelf-Reliance.com] Eric Sloane is one ...
How Eric Sloane Influenced my Work
How Eric Sloane Influenced my Work
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Old School Knife Sharpening: Meet Julio Toruno
OLD
SCHOOL KNIFE SHARPENING MEET
PERIPATETIC KNIFE SHARPENER JULIO TORUNO [Nyerges
is the manager of the Old L.A. Farmers Market every Tuesday in Highland Park,
at Ave. 58 and Figueroa.   For information
about Nyerges’ classes and books, he can be reached a...
Old School Knife Sharpening: Meet Julio Toruno
Old School Knife Sharpening: Meet Julio Toruno
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Antigua of Highland Park: Doing Little Things to Help the Environment
ANTIGUA
COFFEE SHOP of Highland Park: DOING
LITTLE THINGS TO HELP THE ENVIRONMENT [Nyerges
is the manager of the Old L.A. Farmers Market, every Tuesday from 3 to 8 p.m.
at Ave. 58 and Figueroa. He is the author of “Self-Sufficient Home,” “Extreme
Simplicity...
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"The Winds Erase Your Footprints" --Life on the Reservation during the Depression
THE WINDS ERASE YOUR FOOTPRINTS A book by Shiyowin Miller One
of the books that came out of my family was “The Winds Erase Your Footprints,”
written by my wife Dolores’ mother, Shiyowin Miller.   Shiyowin, who was part Osage, was immersed in
Native American...
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On Willow...
ON WILLOW SPEAK TO US ON THE WAYS OF THE WILLOW A lesson in
learning how to learn The wise man of the forest had been hailed by the people of the land, the eager
pilgrims, to teach another lesson in the ways of nature. “Speak to us on the
ways of the willow...
On Willow...
On Willow...
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The Wild Cherry
THE WILD CHERRY: Native Americans processed and ate the pits of this widespread and tasty summer fruit Nyerges has been
leading Wild Food Outings since 1974.   He
is the author of Guide to Wild Foods and Useful Plants,   Foraging California , Extreme
Simpli...
The Wild Cherry
The Wild Cherry
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"Extreme Simplicity: Homesteading in the City"
WHY I
WROTE MY BOOKS: EXTREME
SIMPLICITY: Homesteading in the City [Nyerges
is the author of over 20 books, and leads classes through the School of
Self-reliance. He can be reached at Box 41834, Eagle Rock, CA 90041, or www.SchoolofSelf-Reliance.com .] When...
"Extreme Simplicity: Homesteading in the City"
"Extreme Simplicity: Homesteading in the City"
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The Decline of Western Civilization: Why I wrote my books
WHY I WROTE MY BOOKS “Testing Your Outdoor Survival Skills” Christopher Nyerges I am often asked why I
teach and write about the topics of self-reliance and survival.   Here is part of my answer. “The city” developed organically from the earliest times of
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"Urban Wilderness: An Urban Survival Guide"
WHY I WROTE MY BOOKS: URBAN WILDERNESS: An Urban Survival Guide [cover of first edition] [current cover] “Urban Wilderness” is the third book I wrote,
published in 1979.   A   few years earlier, I had started writing
outdoor columns for the Pasadena Star Ne...
"Urban Wilderness: An Urban Survival Guide"
"Urban Wilderness: An Urban Survival Guide"
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"Tunnel 16" -- a Pasadena-based science fiction novel
WHY
I WROTE MY BOOKS “Tunnel
16” [part one of the Tunnel series] By Christopher Nyerges [Nyerges is the author
of many, including “Tunnel 16,” “Sinkhole 102,” “Enter the Forest,” “Extreme
Simplicity,” and others.   He has also
been teaching ethnobotany for ...
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