Authors > Fi Martynoga
Fi Martynoga is an environmental activist, journalist, museum researcher, and a renowned figure in Scottish nature, history, sustainability and food circles. She has several widely praised books to her name, including A Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvests and A Handbook of Scotland’s Trees.
Books by Fi Martynoga
- A Handbook of Scotland’s Trees Fi Martynoga READ MORE
A Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvest
'This is a treasure-chest of practical information, first-hand experience and common sense advice, laced wi...READ MORE
- A Handbook of Scotland’s Coasts Fi Martynoga READ MORE
The Garden Cottage Diaries
Fiona J. Houston
'Done with great wit and intelligent determination... Questioning the nature of progress is a sane response i...READ MORE
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