About Storey Publishing
Guided by a mission to provide practical information that encourages personal independence in harmony with the environment, Storey books teach and encourage readers of all ages to enrich their lives through hands-on activities and experiences.
The company’s roots date back to 1983, when founders John and Martha Storey bought the publishing arm of Garden Way, a business long known for its rototillers and garden carts. What began as Storey Communications grew into Storey Publishing, which has become a trusted authority for books on gardening, home reference, crafts, cooking, beer and wine, nature, animals, horses, building, farming, homesteading, and mind/body/spirit.
Storey joined the Workman Publishing family in 2000. Storey’s offices are located on the campus of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams, nestled in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts.
Provide and Protect the Blooms that Pollintors Need to Survive and Thrive
You know that bees and other native pollinators are in trouble, but did you know just how easy it is to be part of the solution? The first steps are to provide the flowers they need and to protect them from pesticides. In 100 Plants to Feed the Bees, The Xerces Society offers browsable profiles of 100 common flowers, herbs, shrubs, and trees that support bees, butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds. With just a scrap of yard or a window box, anyone can help expand pollinator habitat in the backyard and beyond.