A permaculture swale is a technique for capturing and storing water in a garden. Learn how to build a swale in the residential landscape.
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Learn how to build a rain garden that captures rainwater runoff from hard surfaces, such as a roof or pavement, for irrigation or to reduce water pollution.
A permaculture swale is a technique that captures water for irrigation and slowing runoff. Learn what a swale is and why you might need one in your yard.
Catching water in the landscape is in many cases more efficient than using rain barrels. Here’s how one suburban homestead used water from their roof to create a front yard garden.
Food forests are permaculture gardens consisting of edible perennials. Find out how two urban food forests are shaking up the local food movement.
Heavy clay soil can be frustrating. Follow this 6-step plan to improve soil so you can garden with ease and grow crops that thrive.
Amy Stross, author of The Suburban Micro-Farm: Modern Solutions for Busy People, shares her adventures and expertise in permaculture gardening in the suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Looking for a permaculture design course? There are plenty to choose from—here’s how to find the right permaculture course to meet your needs.