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.
Growing carrots successfully can be a challenge, but they offer sweet rewards for a job well done. Here’s how to grow the tastiest carrots year-round.
Bees need to store up pollen and nectar to survive winter hibernation. Here are some tips on how to provide bees with the right fall forage to meet their needs.
Bumble bees are an important part of the ecosystem. They are essential pollinators of food crops, trees, and flowers. Have you ever wondered what their life cycle is like or if they sting? Here are 13 facts about the bumble bee.
The black and yellow garden spider is quite shocking to encounter. What is their role in the garden? Are they venomous? Keep reading to find out.
The Permaculture Yard Class was a guided tour of our micro-farm. Participants learned how permaculture design improved efficiency and yield in our garden.
Take a tour of our neighbor-friendly edible landscape.
A cherry tree is a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Here’s how I planted cherry trees with a permaculture guild to reduce pests and produce an abundant cherry harvest.