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Since 1999, when we relocated our offices to the end of a rough dirt road in the Colorado Rockies, PixyJack Press has been 100% solar and wind-powered.

We are an independent small publisher of books about renewable energy for homeowners, sustainable living, log home planning, wildfire prep and recovery, fire safety, bear smart advice, simple horse nutrition, and Costa Rica nature and history.

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Horse Nutrition Made Easy for All Ages, Even Kids

Beyond the Hay Days: Refreshingly Simple Horse Nutrition

– A Review by Erica Beyea for The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, LLC, April, 2017

This 153-page book takes what can be a very daunting and complex subject (properly feeding a horse), and breaks down the science of it into a very understandable and practical read for the layman or beginning horse owner. Having never had the experience of choosing horse feed before, we were left asking opinions of others and following advice, which was […]

By |Horse Nutrition, In The News|

Origins of Fire – Stories from Around the World

Peak into fire’s ancient myths and stories and you’ll discover devious tricksters and animals with magical powers. Fascinating stuff for kids learning about fire safety from Einar Jensen, the author of Ancient Fire, Modern Fire and Origins of Fire books. In this new blog series, we’ll share a few of the ancient myths that Einar has collected. They are fun to read, no matter what age you are. Enjoy!

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By |Wildfire & Fire Safety|

One Bite Really Will Kill You

If people food is readily available, it’s just a matter of time before a bear comes exploring. If the bear has a positive experience (getting a food reward) without any negative consequences (being yelled at and chased off), it will try for what its enterprising bear-brain thinks might be an even bigger and better reward.

People tend to ignore these early stages of conflict, hoping the bear will eventually move on, or rationalizing that losing a bag of garbage or […]

By |Bears|
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