Have you ever read old, early 1900’s, books? They are written with a flare that, I at least think, is inpiring. Recently I found Cornell.edu‘s The Core Historical Literature of Agriculture. These are written in the same style I mentioned and are all about America’s agricultural history starting in the 1620’s to 1999. It’s a […]
Lots of videos on tree pruning, maintenance and planting from the Dave Wilson Nursery’s YouTube Channel
Great podcast on the subject of Permaculture
Soil and Health Library is one of those pages I wish I would have seen when I was back in High School and had nothing better to do with my time than skateboard and play video games. Steve Solomon, the founder, and Justin Crawford, the current librarian, should be given a medal for all the work that […]
Paul Wheaton is a permaculture practitioner that curates permies.com, a youtube channel and an interesting podcast I just stumbled upon. He takes more of a Sepp Holzer aproach to permaculture, here are some of his videos. Go learn something and have fun doing it.
I got this book in preparation for a week long natural building workshop I’ll be attending in early August. This is written by pioneers of the American cob renaissance Ianto Evans, Michael G. Smith, and Linda Smiley. Just getting into the meat of it, but could not help but post about it. So far it’s […]