While reading my new Permaculture Magazine I was struck by an article that spoke of an ancient Incan way of agriculture called Raised Field Agriculture. They would dig up canals near lakes and pile the soil on the sides to create raised beds. These canals help the plants by providing water most, if not all, of […]
So my sweet angel of a wife Erin gave me a subscription to Permaculture, a UK based permaculture magazine. I love it! In it there is an eye opening article on dog food. The author speaks of giving his dog rabbit from his farm and stomachs from a local butcher. This is because the poor […]
This video is so inspiring. I’ve been following Geoff Lawton for a while now and he’s got the right ideas. He runs the Permaculture Research Institute in Australia. Look at this video and dig around a bit.
I believe that here are no coincidences. So as you might have read, I went to a Transition meeting a little while back. I signed up to their news letter, but being as they are kinda far I asked for more local contacts. Lo and behold they send me the info of a an […]
This page has some great talks. I particularly enjoyed this one. It has three guests. The first is Penny Livingston Stark, she is the founder of RDI. A permaculture school in Bolinas California (Erin took me there for my birthday a couple of years ago. Great place to visit). She talks about the origins […]