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How to Order by Check

FOR U.S. CUSTOMERS ONLY!
If you would like to save on handling costs and order by check, please use the table below to figure out your order. Write a check for the total to "Dave Jacke" and mail to:

Dave Jacke
Dynamics Ecological Design
33 East Taylor Hill Rd.
Montague, MA 01351
603-831-1298 (cell)

PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR LIST OF ORDERED ITEMS WITH PRICES, SHIPPING, TAX AND TOTAL, PHONE NUMBER, EMAIL ADDRESS, AND U.S. POSTAL SERVICE MAILING ADDRESS WITH YOUR ORDER so I can contact you if there are any questions. If you want me to sign the book to someone other than the buyer, include a note with the name of the relevant person. Please print clearly!!! Math errors may delay shipping, so call or email me if you want to check your numbers:



Thanks very much for your order and your interest!

Dave Jacke

Volume 1:
First copy: $55 + $5 postage = $60
Subsequent copies: $55 per copy + $3 shipping = $58 per extra copy.
MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTS please add 6.25% sales tax: $3.44 per copy.

Volume 2:
First copy: $55 + $6 shipping = $61
Subsequent copies: $55 per copy + $4 shipping = $59 per extra copy.
MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTS please add 6.25% sales tax: $3.44 per copy.

Sets:
First set: $110 + $7 = $117
Subsequent sets: $110 + $5 = $115 per extra set.
MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTS please add 6.25% sales tax: $6.88 per set.
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"...But the book I will be keeping by me for the seasons ahead... is Edible Forest Gardens by Dave Jacke with Eric Toensmeier. In its way this book--the first of two volumes--is a sequel to the wonderful Tree Crops: A Permanent Agriculture (1929) by J. Russell Smith.... Edible Forest Gardens offers a vision of the garden that reaches well beneath its aesthetic surface and into its ecological depths. It reminds us that whatever gardens are an oasis from, they can never be an oasis from the natural world or our own underlying economic needs."

Verlyn Klinkenborg
The New York Times Book Review
June 5, 2005


"This is certainly the most thorough and realistic assessment of the potential for temperate perennial-based gardening that I have seen -- and I've read everything I've been able to find on temperate perennial crops, going back to J. Russell Smith and John Hershey...

The first volume of Edible Forest Gardens is a superb primer on ecology as it relates to horticulture in general, and I highly recommend it even for gardeners who aren't primarily interested in useful perennials..."

Greg Williams
Publisher, Hort Ideas


"...this book will define the intellectual territory of its subject for at least a generation...

Dave Jacke has knit an indigenous practice at once ancient and renascent with the mainstream of scientific exploration. He has given us legitimacy – and by us I mean all the ecological agricultural explorers of the epoch – and a cogency that will now be impossible to denigrate or diminish...

An excellent and essential reference, brilliantly conceived and passionately written, Edible Forest Gardens should be on every permaculturist's reading list for the year ahead."

Peter Bane, Publisher
The Permaculture Activist
magazine


"While the scope of the permaculture concept has expanded from its initial focus on forest gardening, it is exciting to see how the authors have brought together the ecological theory and practise necessary to further this aspect of the permaculture agenda."

David Holmgren, cofounder of permaculture and author
Permaculture: Principles and Practices Beyond Sustainability


"...Perhaps as important as it's applied ecological contributions is its psychological gifts of hope and visions of achievable, more meaningful ways of living in a post-oil world."

Dr. Stuart Hill
Foundation Chair of Social Ecology,
University of Western Sydney, Australia


"Your book blows me away! So much work, so much depth. I hear the voice of this good and gentle earth in Edible Forest Gardens . . . and am excited to keep reading more!"

Michael Phillips, author
The Apple Grower: A Guide for the Organic Orchardist

and coauthor The Herbalist's Way
.