Wet soil can be a challenge for even the most experienced gardeners. Here are some tips for improving the soil condition and 12 perennial crops to grow.
Contour gardening is a way to use the land’s contours to reduce irrigation and erosion, and maximize nutrients for abundant harvest yields. Here’s what contour gardening is and how you can pull it off.
Collecting rain from your roof in rain barrels is a great way to use a free resource to irrigate the garden. However, rain barrels can fill up within minutes during a rain event. Directing rain barrel overflow into a rain garden is one way to keep more water on your property for irrigation or to create more biodiversity.
Designing the layout of a property can be overwhelming. Here are three reasons why a permaculture designer can help you meet your goals for an efficient and productive landscape (and what to look for in a designer).
Are you challenged with sloping land? Here’s a solution to stop erosion on a hillside and create an easily-navigable terrace garden.
Caring for the soil is crucial to the long-term viability of our gardens and agricultural systems. Yet one of the biggest mistakes is contributing to soil erosion. In this post, we’ll talk about what’s at stake and 5 ways you can prevent soil erosion.
A permaculture swale is a tool for capturing and storing water in a garden. Learn how to build a swale in the residential landscape.
A swale is an important tool for irrigating the garden, mitigating stormwater runoff, and reducing erosion. Learn what a permaculture swale is and why you might need one in your yard.