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Log Cabins and Outbuildings: A Guide to Building Homes, Barns, Greenhouses, and More (Paperback)
Building and constructing barns, outhouses, A-frames, greenhouses, outdoor recreation sites, boat landings, and more.
Homesteading is a lifestyle that people around the world gravitate toward—and for good reason. In today’s high-stress world, many people dream of heading off to their own cabin in the woods or to their large rural oasis to escape the anxieties and complexities of daily life, to live in a more natural state. Others have embraced the agricultural lifestyle of farming as a career, serving as fundamental contributors to sustaining society.
With this classic guide from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), learn about the architecture of rural life and the design elements of these amazing structures. This manual, originally published and distributed in 1972, includes government-issued designs and requirements for log cabins, farmhouses, firepits and barbecues, greenhouses, storage sheds, stables, and more! Black-and-white diagrams and illustrations fill these pages, displaying the intricacies and dimensions of these incredible structures in their entirety.
Brimming with ideas and inspiration, Log Cabins and Outbuildings is the perfect starting point for building your new rural retreat.
About the Author
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is made up of twenty-nine agencies and offices with nearly one hundred thousand employees who serve the American people at more than 4,500 locations across the country and abroad. They provide the American people leadership on food, agriculture, natural resources, rural development, nutrition, and related issues based on public policy.