Permaculture - no matter what we DO, the land should always be the first one to benefit. Looking to share various bits and pieces along my own journey of learning and applying the principles of permaculture..
I grew up in a small village in Tasmania. I was born in 1928, but my village might have existed in the 11th century. We didn't have any cars; everything that we needed we made. We made our own boots, our own metal works, we caught fish, grew food, made bread.
Now that I have seven acres of countryside to steward, I’m feeling somewhat overwhelmed about where to begin. in this post, I’ll share some advice on beginning your farm’s development and on how to implement your design in stages. Even if you haven’t yet designed your property you can still follow the process. Let’s dive in...."
The way forward is not backwards. As we contemplate how to navigate our way out of the quicksand of ecological degradation and cultural genocide that we were born into, a sensible response is to head in the direction of restoration. Let’s go back to what was working in the past.
North America has a rich history of forest change due to climate change following the last Ice Age, and due to more current changes following European settlement. All this change has resulted in pockets of very interesting, often half-forgotten trees smattered throughout the continent. Here they get a little recognition.
Vermicomposting is the process of using worms, usually red wigglers or red earthworms, to break down food waste and other organic material into a nutrient-packed soil supplement. It’s a highly effective and efficient way to compost household food and garden scraps on a small scale. Using it in your garden results in more nutrients available to plants, better soil drainage, and improved soil structure.
Learn how to join bamboo with these unique bamboo lashing techniques. By using the right bamboo poles, lashing rope, a simple drill and a few pegs you can start making thousands of different items such as bamboo structures, cages, furniture, rafts, towers, fences, irrigation pipes, and much more.
Not all plant problems are caused by insects or diseases. Sometimes an unhealthy plant is suffering from a nutrient deficiency or even too much of any one nutrient. Plant nutrient deficiencies often manifest as...
Spiral Ridge Permaculture's Cliff Davis, a southeastern permaculture design expert, consultant, lecturer, homesteader and “applied farming ecologist,” will guide you through everything you need to know about installing a pond on your near-perfect piece of land.
The Properties of Space Science works best when in harmony with nature. If we put these two together, we can discover great technologies that can only come about when the consciousness of the planet is ready to embrace them. One example is “free energy,” also known as “zero-point energy,” which utilizes the substance that exists […]
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