Observation is an essential first step in permaculture site design. Learn how to use this powerful tool for blending your goals with your land’s ecology.
Whether they’re into vegetable gardens, fruit trees, food forests, or a little bit of everything, these thoughtful permaculture gardener gift collections are sure to make your favorite gardener–or yourself–happy!
Compost used to be the heart of organic gardening. Now, herbicide contamination is a major concern. Learn 5 questions to ask before buying compost soil.
Read about how one suburb created a community garden that demonstrates a permaculture response to land repair, community fellowship, and growing food.
Compost can easily be contaminated with persistent herbicide which may harm your garden. Learn the cause and how to keep it out of your compost bin.
Follow this step-by-step guide to harvesting, curing, and storing sweet potatoes so you can have delicious, homegrown sweet potatoes at Thanksgiving Dinner.
Raised beds on pavement is a strategy for gardeners with limited growing space. Learn how to grow food on paved surfaces such as concrete or asphalt.
Would you like to have a high-yielding fall vegetable garden? Follow these five easy steps for a smooth transition from summer to fall.
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