How many types of root vegetables do you grow?
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Reclaiming our sense of belonging.
Read More Plants as Friends and Family Members
Gardening diversity is essential for balance and harmony, as is diversity in our lives.
Read More Gardening Diversity in Our Lives and Our Communities
they’re easier to build than you might think By Heather Jo…
Read More 10 Benefits of having a greenhouse
For people who have their own yard, starting a garden is easy. But for those who don’t have easy access to land, starting a garden takes a little more effort.
Read More Gaining Ground: 8 places to grow food if you don’t have access to land
By Heather Jo Flores Tips for cloudy skies tomato gardeners…
Read More How to grow tomatoes in a temperate climate
By Heather Jo Flores a little ingenuity goes a long way…
Read More How to grow melons: tips and tricks
group plants together for specific reasons, encourage them to spread into permanent, self-managing landscapes
Read More If You Guild It, They Will Come: How to Grow a Permaculture Food Forest
There are plenty of good reasons to develop a skill…
Read More Big yields From a Small Garden: Growing Food in Small Spaces
A baker’s dozen of easy to grow and disease-resistant perennial…
Read More Bring us a Shrubbery! Best plants for edible hedges
Some hard truths about growing food and medicine.
Read More Growing Food and Medicine: The Good, The Bad and The Heartbreak
How to get rid of snails and slugs without using poison
Read More Happy Trails: organic slug and snail control
Dry stone walls are a significant part of the landscape in many parts of the world. They are built in places where there are plenty of stones nearby, and where trees don’t thrive well enough to create hedges or to provide materials for fencing.
Read More Dry Stone Walls
Delicious, drought-tolerant, easy to grow…what’s not to love? by Heather Jo…
Read More Cold hardy figs and why you should grow them
How to create accurate base maps.
Read More Permaculture Boundaries and Base Maps
Learn how to use keylines and contour to work with the slope of the land.
Read More Honoring the Slope of the Land, with Keylines and Contour
Adding social layers to the scale of permanence
Read More Re-thinking the Scale of Permanence
Permaculture sector analysis is about designing the world we want while acknowledging the realities of the world we live in.
Read More Permaculture sector analysis: identifying risks and designing solutions
Microclimate, finding home & a sense of place
Read More Finding Home
Surprise yourself in the garden with self-seeding plants.
Read More Self-Seeding Plants in the Garden Farm
Harvest time blesses with abundance, a good time to know the basics of food preservation.
Read More Eat With The Seasons: basics of food preservation
We’ve now gone so far beyond what is appropriate for our culture, for our health, and for the planet that it is time to bring technology back to scale. The problem is the solution.
Read More Problem is the solution: keeping it simple
How would you explain the definition of permaculture?
Read More What is the definition of Permaculture?