The environment is important to Canton Public Library and the Canton community. Canton Green Resources include:

Green Cities

Earth Day
Resources for Earth Day 2014:

Small, gritty, and green: the promise of America's smaller industrial cities in a low-carbon world by Catherine Tumber

Sustainable urbanism: urban design with nature by Douglas Farr

Tomorrow's garden: design and inspiration for a new age of sustainable gardening by text and photographs by Stephen Orr

Biking to work by Rory McMullan

Edens lost & found: how ordinary citizens are restoring our great American cities: PBS series companion book by Harry Wiland ... [et al.]

Reimagining Detroit: opportunities for redefining an American city by John Gallagher

Revolution Detroit: strategies for urban reinvention by John Gallagher

Terra nova: the new world after oil, cars, and suburbs by Eric W. Sanderson, Wildlife Conservation Society

Garden up!: smart vertical gardening for small and large spaces by Susan Morrison & Rebecca Sweet

Urban gardening for dummies by Paul Simon, Charlie Nardozzi, and the editors of the National Gardening Association

I garden: urban style by Reggie Solomon and Michael Nolan

The complete idiot's guide to urban homesteading by Sundari Elizabeth Kraft

The essential urban farmer by Novella Carpenter and Willow Rosenthal

Farm city: the education of an urban farmer by Novella Carpenter

The backyard homestead by edited by Carleen Madigan

The homesteading handbook: a back to basics guide to growing your own food, canning, keeping chickens, generating your own energy, crafting, herbal medicine, and more by Abigail R. Gehring

My backyard jungle: the adventures of an urban wildlife lover who turned his yard into habitat and learned to live with it by James Barilla

The approaching great transformation: toward a livable post carbon economy by Joel Magnuson

200 best jobs for renewing America by Laurence Shatkin and the editors at JIST

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