Modern agriculture is often seen as being at odds with biodiversity efforts. Here’s how kitchen gardens can save forests as well as protect biodiversity.
Poison ivy is no fun. This article outlines an eco-friendly, five-step permaculture approach for eradicating it.
Read about how one suburb created a community garden that demonstrates a permaculture response to land repair, community fellowship, and growing food.
Comfrey has long been touted as a miracle plant for its soil-boosting properties by permaculture enthusiasts. Does it really heal damaged soil?
A permaculture swale is a technique for capturing and storing water in a garden. Learn how to build a swale in the residential landscape.
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.
Currant bushes are a great addition to the edible landscape. See how we grow them in our front yard landscape, and find out how to use currants in the kitchen.
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.