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by: Sara on 03/02/2017

Today marks the last day of our Spring Sale. You can receive a 35% discount on all New Society titles until midnight tonight (March 2nd) when you order from our website using the code Spring17 at the checkout.

We are heading out to our local Seedy Sunday to sell books this weekend and it got me to wondering how Seedy Sunday (or Saturdays as the …

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A Good Way to Inhabit the Landscape – Cozy Russian Cabins

by: EJ on 12/06/2016

Today’s blog is an excerpt from the recently released Shrinking the Technosphere: Getting a Grip on the Technologies that Limit our Autonomy, Self-sufficiency and Freedom by Dmitry Orlov. Today we get an inside look at a rustic Russian village cabin...can you say hygge! This and all new Society books are 35% off until December 12th. Just enter …

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Vegan Bullying and the New World

by: Sara on 11/22/2016

Today's blog was originally posted on Meredith Leigh's website on November 14th.

We felt compelled to share this, as it is reflective of a very sensitive time in America, and of the importance of speaking up when one is "witness to ideological judgement and negative dogma".

Meredith Leigh, author of The Ethical Meat Handbook: Complete Home Butchery …

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Last Day of Fall Book Sale

by: Sara on 09/30/2016

It has certainly been an interesting week for New Society Publishers. As mentioned in yesterdays's blog post, Gabriola Island, where New Society is located, suffered a major power outage when a barge, carrying a crane, took out the power lines that connect Mudge Island and Garbiola Island to the main power grid on Vancouver Island. Although …

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Creating a Life Together---Under extraordinary circumstance

by: Sara on 09/29/2016

Today's blog post was suppose to be from Creating a Life Together: Practical Tools to Grow Ecovillage and Intentional Communities  author Diana Leafe Christian, but a funny thing happened. Well not funny haha. The power to Gabriola Island was knocked out when a barge carrying a crane, took down the phone and power lines that run across Dodds …

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