Our first edition of the “Friday Five” went out to all our subscribers yesterday. Some of you wanted to sign up but didn’t have a chance to, so I’ve included
As every gardener knows, one of the key things you need if you are going to grow plants is good soil. When using permaculture this necessity can sometimes be challenged; for example,
Building a worm tower is a simple, enjoyable, sustainable way to nurture your garden so that it can continue to nurture you.
Earth—the stuff on the ground, not the planet—is essential for life.
Aquaponics is becoming an increasingly popular method of permaculture, probably because it can start with a backyard swimming pool. While creating an ecosystem on one’s own may seem like a daunting task
There are Shocking Differences Between Raw Honey and the Processed Golden Honey Found in Grocery Retailers
There are well over 30 commercial producers of honey that have no traces of pollen and lack beneficial vitamins and enzymes among a host of other natural constituents which are removed due
PERMACULTURE TRANSFORMATION…SEE FOR YOURSELF!
It’s been almost nine years since I began planting this smallholding in the west of Ireland.
Three years ago this month a client asked me to help him transform his land into an eco-tourism project and self-sufficient home. The land is located in fascinating Turkey, overlooking the Marmara
“Control oil and you control nations,” said US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in the 1970s.“Control food and you control the people.”
World food control is almost in place thanks to the reduction
An updated chart of basic companion plants we’ve grown successfully over the years
We recently received an e-mail from a gentleman in China looking for…
… what plants