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Permaculture: Homestead-Style

Permaculture is a way of feeding ourselves without demolishing the environment. We incorporate a lot of permaculture ideas on our farm, and we're also always reading about methods that other people around the world use to turn agriculture systems into healthy ecosystems.

Small-scale chinampas
Posted Tue Apr 15 08:02:38 2014 by Anna
A history of honeybee varieties in America
Posted Fri Mar 14 12:01:13 2014 by Anna
Planning around cicadas in the orchard
Posted Thu Feb 13 12:00:57 2014 by Anna
How to promote predatory insects
Posted Tue Feb 11 12:01:15 2014 by Anna
Planting beyond the perimeter
Posted Fri Jan 3 16:38:59 2014 by Anna
Calling permaculture insect-control techniques
Posted Tue Dec 31 08:04:21 2013 by Anna
Trellises for living shade on the porch
Posted Wed Dec 25 08:40:43 2013 by Anna
Lost and found firewood
Posted Fri Dec 20 08:00:33 2013 by Anna
Mitigating trailer temperatures with landscaping and skirting
Posted Tue Dec 3 07:36:53 2013 by Anna
The Complete Book of Edible Landscaping
Posted Mon Dec 2 07:56:25 2013 by Anna
Wonder wood
Posted Tue Nov 26 06:49:42 2013 by Anna
Fighting brown rot
Posted Thu Nov 21 07:59:28 2013 by Anna
Living Fences
Posted Mon Nov 18 06:25:33 2013 by Anna
The power of comfrey
Posted Sat Nov 16 07:16:29 2013 by Anna
USDA-approved agroforestry
Posted Thu Nov 14 12:00:48 2013 by Anna
The design of New Forest Farm
Posted Tue Nov 12 12:01:56 2013 by Anna
Restoration Agriculture
Posted Mon Nov 11 12:01:50 2013 by Anna
Medium-scale silvopasture systems
Posted Fri Nov 8 12:01:41 2013 by Anna
Turning old fields back into pastures
Posted Thu Nov 7 12:01:39 2013 by Anna
Using leverage points to improve a farm fast
Posted Wed Nov 6 12:02:03 2013 by Anna
Whole Systems Research Farm
Posted Tue Nov 5 12:02:15 2013 by Anna
The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Posted Mon Nov 4 12:01:47 2013 by Anna
Backyard terraforming
Posted Wed Oct 30 07:40:22 2013 by Anna
Stimulating delicious growth
Posted Thu Oct 24 16:03:57 2013 by mark
The beginning of leaf season
Posted Mon Sep 30 07:46:25 2013 by Anna
Building soil in the forest garden
Posted Sun Sep 22 07:46:33 2013 by Anna
Slug control in the garden
Posted Fri Sep 13 07:15:59 2013 by Anna
Sweet potato cover crop
Posted Thu Sep 12 08:11:20 2013 by Anna
Opening up the food jungle
Posted Sat Sep 7 08:44:56 2013 by Anna
Gardeners of Eden
Posted Fri Aug 30 07:21:40 2013 by Anna
Hands-on permaculture giveaway
Posted Mon Jul 22 13:54:38 2013 by Anna
Raising trees out of wet soil with mounds
Posted Thu Jul 18 06:18:28 2013 by Anna
The continuing war against the deer
Posted Thu Jul 11 06:39:31 2013 by Anna
Changing house temperatures with plants
Posted Wed Jul 10 12:00:51 2013 by Anna
Shade houses
Posted Tue Jul 9 12:01:09 2013 by Anna
"Why don't you just use a fungicide/insecticide?"
Posted Tue Jul 9 07:13:48 2013 by Anna
Mollison's Introduction to Permaculture
Posted Mon Jul 8 12:00:34 2013 by Anna
Fighting tomato blight with copper, revisited
Posted Fri Jul 5 07:14:05 2013 by Anna
AJ Bullard's permaculture orchard
Posted Wed Jun 12 12:40:57 2013 by Anna
Mollison and Hemenway on forest gardening
Posted Tue Jun 11 12:01:03 2013 by Anna
Tour of Will Hooker's home, part 2
Posted Mon Jun 10 12:00:25 2013 by Anna
Battling perfectionism
Posted Mon Jun 3 07:23:25 2013 by Anna
Touring an urban homestead
Posted Wed May 29 12:01:21 2013 by Anna
Introduction to permaculture lectures
Posted Tue May 28 12:01:27 2013 by Anna
Free online permaculture classes
Posted Mon May 27 12:01:08 2013 by Anna
Strolling through the forest garden in spring 2013
Posted Mon Apr 29 07:34:38 2013 by Anna
Pond and wetland greening up
Posted Sat Apr 27 08:34:31 2013 by Anna
Holistic Orcharding with Michael Phillips
Posted Mon Apr 1 08:33:17 2013 by Anna
Nitrogen fixation in the forest garden
Posted Sun Mar 10 12:00:15 2013 by Anna
Second generation polycultures
Posted Sat Mar 9 12:01:48 2013 by Anna
Shitake mushroom log preparation
Posted Fri Mar 8 15:53:26 2013 by mark
Paradise Lot
Posted Fri Mar 8 12:00:58 2013 by Anna
Greywater wetland's first inundation
Posted Fri Mar 8 07:14:07 2013 by Anna
Integrating fish into permaculture systems
Posted Thu Mar 7 12:00:47 2013 by Anna
Creating a pond ecosystem
Posted Sun Feb 24 08:26:56 2013 by Anna
Furnishing the summer living room
Posted Sat Feb 23 07:38:27 2013 by Anna
Greywater drain installation
Posted Thu Feb 21 08:05:59 2013 by Anna
Developing a deep shade polyculture
Posted Tue Feb 19 07:14:56 2013 by Anna
My favorite stump dirt tree
Posted Tue Feb 12 07:44:38 2013 by Anna
Pruning the berries
Posted Thu Feb 7 08:31:52 2013 by Anna
Weeding wildlife
Posted Sun Feb 3 08:01:22 2013 by Anna
Under the drain out back
Posted Sat Feb 2 07:56:49 2013 by Anna
Do wood and straw raise soil potassium levels?
Posted Mon Jan 28 12:01:20 2013 by Anna
North-facing hillside
Posted Fri Jan 25 07:51:41 2013 by Anna
Greywater wetland inlet
Posted Sat Jan 5 08:22:01 2013 by Anna
Greywater wetland piping and walls
Posted Fri Jan 4 08:10:59 2013 by Anna
Breaking ground for the greywater wetland
Posted Thu Jan 3 08:04:09 2013 by Anna
Growing your own mulch with pine trees
Posted Sun Dec 23 08:11:51 2012 by Anna
Holding water on a slope with punky wood
Posted Fri Dec 21 08:02:07 2012 by Anna
Weeds and What They Tell Us
Posted Tue Dec 18 08:04:13 2012 by Anna
A 10-Acre Permaculture Project
Posted Sat Dec 15 07:48:31 2012 by Anna
Nurse stump
Posted Tue Dec 4 07:25:41 2012 by Anna
How to start a forest garden from scratch
Posted Fri Nov 30 12:01:17 2012 by Anna
Growing nitrogen in the forest garden
Posted Thu Nov 29 12:01:17 2012 by Anna
Creating a Forest Garden
Posted Mon Nov 26 12:01:20 2012 by Anna
How to divide perennials
Posted Wed Nov 21 07:41:00 2012 by Anna
Types of comfrey
Posted Mon Nov 19 12:01:19 2012 by Alan McDonald
Planting fig cuttings in the fall
Posted Fri Nov 16 07:38:37 2012 by Anna
Chop 'n drop
Posted Tue Oct 30 07:26:47 2012 by Anna
Reinvisioning the forest garden
Posted Sun Oct 28 08:48:51 2012 by Anna
How to plant into a kill mulch
Posted Sat Oct 27 08:44:14 2012 by Anna
Fall mulching in the forest garden
Posted Wed Oct 24 06:47:30 2012 by Anna
Storing autumn leaves
Posted Thu Oct 18 08:30:34 2012 by Anna
Asparagus alley six months later
Posted Mon Oct 15 07:46:12 2012 by Anna
Permaculture stacking
Posted Sun Oct 14 08:52:54 2012 by Anna
Techniques for designing a holistic orchard
Posted Wed Oct 10 12:01:35 2012 by Anna
How to seal a pond or constructed wetland
Posted Wed Oct 10 08:34:13 2012 by Anna
Low work edible mushroom cultivation
Posted Sun Oct 7 07:54:16 2012 by Anna
Beginning a holistic orchard
Posted Wed Oct 3 12:01:18 2012 by Anna
Vegetables in the forest garden
Posted Thu Sep 27 12:01:21 2012 by Anna
Haphazard mulching of fruit trees
Posted Tue Sep 25 12:01:20 2012 by Anna
2012 forest garden
Posted Mon Sep 24 12:01:23 2012 by Anna
Soldier beetle larvae: Not really bad bugs
Posted Mon Sep 17 07:28:32 2012 by Anna
San Francisco forest garden
Posted Tue Aug 21 07:29:45 2012 by Anna
Crayfish in the garden
Posted Wed Aug 1 07:10:32 2012 by Anna
Brush pile in the garden
Posted Wed Jul 25 07:39:18 2012 by Anna
Seven years of bad weeding
Posted Sat Jul 14 07:33:02 2012 by Anna
Successful persimmon germination
Posted Sat Jul 7 07:23:46 2012 by Anna
Wildcrafting
Posted Wed Jun 27 12:01:02 2012 by Anna
Fireblight and topworking
Posted Tue Jun 19 06:24:50 2012 by Anna
Using ragweed and wingstem as mulch
Posted Thu Jun 14 07:14:19 2012 by Anna
When to use a scythe
Posted Tue Jun 12 07:01:57 2012 by Anna
Potato onions worth their salt
Posted Mon Jun 4 07:19:34 2012 by Anna
Beetle castings
Posted Fri Jun 1 06:56:11 2012 by Anna
Planning garden beds on hilly land
Posted Tue May 29 07:14:17 2012 by Anna
The Ultimate Guide to Permaculture
Posted Mon May 28 12:01:17 2012 by Anna
What does a cicada taste like?
Posted Sun May 6 07:01:02 2012 by Anna
Periodic cicadas in 2012
Posted Wed May 2 07:07:23 2012 by Anna
No-till soil structure
Posted Wed Apr 25 07:52:04 2012 by Anna
Nonini on biodynamics
Posted Wed Apr 11 12:00:16 2012 by Anna
Garter snakes in the garden
Posted Wed Apr 4 07:32:36 2012 by Anna
Permaculture Chicken: Incubation Handbook
Posted Mon Apr 2 12:00:53 2012 by Anna
Spring weeding quick fix
Posted Sat Mar 24 07:54:34 2012 by Anna
Bee hive density and pollen diversity
Posted Fri Mar 23 12:01:25 2012 by Anna
Cardboard lessons
Posted Mon Mar 19 08:13:36 2012 by Anna
Flooded (t)in
Posted Sun Mar 4 08:04:01 2012 by Anna
Holzer's easy mushroom cultivation
Posted Fri Mar 2 12:00:36 2012 by Anna
Pigging out in a food forest
Posted Thu Mar 1 12:00:38 2012 by Anna
Do-nothing fruit
Posted Wed Feb 29 12:00:55 2012 by Anna
Green manure rejuvenates poor soil
Posted Tue Feb 28 12:00:55 2012 by Anna
Sepp Holzer's Permaculture
Posted Mon Feb 27 12:00:55 2012 by Anna
Swales in wet climates
Posted Fri Feb 24 07:56:42 2012 by Anna
Redesigning forest garden beds
Posted Wed Feb 22 08:09:21 2012 by Anna
Cardboard and egg carton kill mulches
Posted Sat Feb 18 07:30:19 2012 by Anna
Managing water in a wet climate
Posted Mon Feb 13 07:46:43 2012 by Anna
Moving biomass around
Posted Fri Feb 10 07:57:01 2012 by Anna
How to gather leaves for mulch
Posted Wed Feb 8 08:22:13 2012 by Anna
Expanding a tree mound
Posted Tue Feb 7 07:45:35 2012 by Anna
A forest garden island grows
Posted Fri Feb 3 08:01:12 2012 by Anna
Pasturing with nature
Posted Thu Feb 2 12:00:34 2012 by Anna
Bark kill mulch
Posted Thu Feb 2 07:43:12 2012 by Anna
Edging garden beds with logs
Posted Thu Jan 26 08:17:52 2012 by Anna
Quick hoops and insects
Posted Sat Jan 14 08:27:32 2012 by Anna
Mushrooms in January
Posted Thu Jan 12 08:22:07 2012 by Anna
Compost tumbler as a BSF bin
Posted Mon Dec 26 08:11:51 2011 by Anna
Converting a garden to no-till
Posted Tue Dec 13 08:08:21 2011 by Anna
Introduction to permaculture homesteading books
Posted Sun Dec 11 06:00:51 2011 by Anna
Easy soil building with cover crops
Posted Fri Dec 9 06:01:33 2011 by Anna
Saving persimmon seeds
Posted Thu Dec 8 06:00:33 2011 by Anna
Easy biochar
Posted Mon Dec 5 07:28:17 2011 by Anna
Ginseng and goldenseal in the forest garden
Posted Wed Nov 30 07:56:24 2011 by Anna
Praying mantises on the peach tree
Posted Mon Nov 28 07:58:04 2011 by Anna
Perennial kale
Posted Thu Nov 24 08:10:19 2011 by Anna
Jar test to measure soil texture
Posted Sun Nov 20 07:44:57 2011 by Anna
Base cation saturation ratio
Posted Wed Nov 9 12:01:19 2011 by Anna
Cation exchange capacity
Posted Tue Nov 8 12:01:09 2011 by Anna
Holistic soil test analysis
Posted Mon Nov 7 11:01:19 2011 by Anna
Troubleshooting chicken moats
Posted Tue Nov 1 07:45:14 2011 by Anna
Grasses and legumes for intensive pastures
Posted Fri Oct 28 12:01:08 2011 by Anna
Coping with uneven pasture growth
Posted Thu Oct 27 12:01:10 2011 by Anna
Pasture occupation and recovery periods
Posted Wed Oct 26 12:01:07 2011 by Anna
Pasture ecology
Posted Tue Oct 25 12:01:05 2011 by Anna
Building soil
Posted Tue Oct 25 08:16:17 2011 by Anna
Greener Pastures on Your Side of the Fence
Posted Mon Oct 24 12:24:23 2011 by Anna
Weedy edges for wildlife
Posted Wed Oct 19 12:01:02 2011 by Anna
Collecting goose manure for the garden
Posted Tue Oct 18 12:01:01 2011 by Anna
Near miss
Posted Sun Oct 16 08:46:00 2011 by Anna
Seed ball results
Posted Fri Oct 14 07:50:08 2011 by Anna
Getting started with rotational chicken pastures
Posted Tue Oct 4 12:00:59 2011 by Anna
Appalachian silvopasture
Posted Mon Oct 3 07:24:33 2011 by Anna
Scavenging biomass
Posted Mon Sep 26 12:00:45 2011 by Anna
Bringing Salatin's methods to the backyard
Posted Fri Sep 23 12:00:50 2011 by Anna
Electric fences for pasture rotation
Posted Thu Sep 22 12:00:43 2011 by Anna
Maintainer livestock: Chickens, sheep, and cows
Posted Wed Sep 21 12:00:39 2011 by Anna
Colonizing livestock: Pigs and goats
Posted Tue Sep 20 12:00:44 2011 by Anna
Salatin-style pasturing
Posted Mon Sep 19 12:00:44 2011 by Anna
The place of sheep on a homestead
Posted Mon Sep 12 07:34:37 2011 by Anna
Pros and cons of watering your garden
Posted Sat Sep 10 08:31:57 2011 by Anna
Clearing new ground with animals
Posted Thu Sep 8 07:21:25 2011 by Anna
Limiting factors in the garden
Posted Fri Aug 19 07:01:16 2011 by Anna
Nigerian dwarf goats for sustainable dairy
Posted Thu Aug 18 07:01:34 2011 by Anna
Weed kill mulch
Posted Tue Aug 16 07:00:58 2011 by Anna
Peach brown rot
Posted Sat Aug 13 07:00:58 2011 by Anna
Forest garden perennials you can't kill
Posted Fri Aug 12 07:00:56 2011 by Anna
Keeping deer out of the garden with permaculture
Posted Thu Aug 11 07:45:40 2011 by Anna
Renovating eroded soil
Posted Tue Aug 9 07:03:17 2011 by Anna
No-till, winter cover crops
Posted Mon Aug 8 07:59:48 2011 by Anna
Renovating the forest garden
Posted Fri Aug 5 07:35:54 2011 by Anna
How to prevent pet damage in the garden
Posted Tue Jul 26 07:00:46 2011 by Anna
Conventional asparagus vs. all-male hybrids
Posted Mon Jul 11 06:48:27 2011 by Anna
Seed ball growth after 10 days
Posted Mon Jul 4 07:02:17 2011 by Anna
What to do with monster squash
Posted Sun Jul 3 08:36:57 2011 by Anna
How to make a seed ball
Posted Thu Jun 30 12:00:31 2011 by Anna
When seed balls will work (or fail)
Posted Tue Jun 28 12:00:28 2011 by Anna
What is a seed ball?
Posted Mon Jun 27 11:48:05 2011 by Anna
Japanese beetle population boom
Posted Fri Jun 24 07:06:59 2011 by Anna
Advantages of succession planting
Posted Thu Jun 23 07:58:05 2011 by Anna
Organic insect control
Posted Thu Jun 16 07:42:14 2011 by Anna
Straw season
Posted Fri Jun 10 07:29:27 2011 by Anna
Why I don't want a greenhouse
Posted Tue Jun 7 07:18:48 2011 by Anna
How to take softwood cuttings
Posted Mon Jun 6 07:15:17 2011 by Anna
Going mulch crazy
Posted Sat Jun 4 08:02:13 2011 by Anna
How to grow the tastiest strawberries
Posted Mon May 30 07:20:59 2011 by Anna
Kill mulch renovates weedy garden beds
Posted Thu May 26 07:28:14 2011 by Anna
Top-dressing with comfrey
Posted Tue May 24 08:01:02 2011 by Anna
Compost pile volunteers
Posted Mon May 16 07:14:10 2011 by Anna
Easy and delicious cooked greens
Posted Sat May 14 07:01:11 2011 by Anna
Planting tomatoes in 2011
Posted Tue May 10 07:22:51 2011 by Anna
Ebooks on the way
Posted Tue Apr 12 12:00:50 2011 by Anna
Stump dirt and mushroom compost
Posted Wed Apr 6 07:46:57 2011 by Anna
Forest garden island, year 3
Posted Thu Mar 31 07:47:37 2011 by Anna
Comfrey is hard to kill
Posted Tue Mar 29 07:54:51 2011 by Anna
What do chickens eat on pasture?
Posted Fri Mar 25 12:00:34 2011 by Anna
Chickens control asparagus beetles
Posted Tue Mar 22 08:17:04 2011 by Anna
Chicken forest pasture experiment: Year 2
Posted Mon Mar 21 12:00:50 2011 by Anna
Stumbling homestead podcast
Posted Sun Mar 20 08:54:04 2011 by Anna
Mycoremediation
Posted Fri Mar 18 12:00:56 2011 by Anna
Mushroom rafts and totems
Posted Tue Mar 15 12:00:49 2011 by Anna
Coppicing in the southern Appalachians
Posted Sun Mar 13 10:04:09 2011 by Anna
Top 13 forest garden species
Posted Thu Mar 10 12:00:24 2011 by Anna
Combining forest gardens and vegetable gardens
Posted Wed Mar 9 12:00:25 2011 by Anna
Mulch and herbs in the forest garden
Posted Tue Mar 8 12:00:36 2011 by Anna
Best trees and shrubs for an Appalachian forest garden
Posted Mon Mar 7 12:00:11 2011 by Anna
Dandelions and chicory for early spring greens
Posted Sat Mar 5 07:00:22 2011 by Anna
Attracting black soldier flies
Posted Thu Mar 3 12:00:40 2011 by Anna
Homemade black soldier fly bins
Posted Wed Mar 2 12:00:41 2011 by Anna
Black soldier fly larvae for compost and chicken feed
Posted Tue Mar 1 12:00:37 2011 by Anna
Black soldier fly 101
Posted Mon Feb 28 12:00:26 2011 by Anna
Biochar in the backyard
Posted Mon Feb 14 12:00:40 2011 by Anna
Fertilizing biochar with urine
Posted Thu Feb 10 12:00:31 2011 by Anna
Collecting urine for fertilizer
Posted Mon Feb 7 12:00:42 2011 by Anna
Preparing for the worm bin: Weighing scraps
Posted Sat Feb 5 08:10:58 2011 by Anna
Native American agriculture reading list
Posted Fri Jan 28 12:00:39 2011 by Anna
Gardening tips from the Native Americans
Posted Thu Jan 27 12:00:37 2011 by Anna
North American native permaculture
Posted Wed Jan 26 12:00:30 2011 by Anna
Paleoethnobotany of eastern Native Americans
Posted Mon Jan 24 12:00:32 2011 by Anna
Homemade urine diverting toilets
Posted Fri Jan 21 12:00:33 2011 by Anna
Using urine as fertilizer in the garden
Posted Thu Jan 20 12:00:36 2011 by Anna
What is in urine?
Posted Wed Jan 19 12:00:34 2011 by Anna
Urine: Waste or fertilizer?
Posted Tue Jan 18 12:00:35 2011 by Anna
Operation food scraps
Posted Tue Jan 18 07:57:43 2011 by Anna
Liquid Gold
Posted Mon Jan 17 12:00:32 2011 by Anna
Perennial vegetables for spring greens
Posted Thu Jan 13 12:00:32 2011 by Anna
Wildcrafting perennial vegetables
Posted Wed Jan 12 12:00:32 2011 by Anna
Pros and cons of perennial vegetables
Posted Tue Jan 11 12:00:32 2011 by Anna
Perennial vegetables
Posted Mon Jan 10 12:00:43 2011 by Anna
Forest garden experiments
Posted Fri Jan 7 12:00:34 2011 by Anna
No-till cover crop experiments
Posted Wed Jan 5 12:00:29 2011 by Anna
Vegetable garden mulch experiments
Posted Tue Jan 4 12:00:38 2011 by Anna
Sunny microclimates
Posted Tue Jan 4 08:27:50 2011 by Anna
Pitcher irrigation
Posted Sun Jan 2 18:52:41 2011 by Anna
Home-scale edible mushroom experiments
Posted Fri Dec 31 12:00:33 2010 by Anna
Using hugelkultur to expand a tree mound
Posted Fri Dec 31 08:40:25 2010 by Anna
Chicken incubation, broiler, and pasture experiments
Posted Wed Dec 29 12:00:33 2010 by Anna
Wood stove biochar experiment
Posted Thu Dec 9 08:02:57 2010 by Anna
Large worm bins are resilient
Posted Fri Dec 3 11:00:50 2010 by Anna
Worm towers
Posted Wed Dec 1 08:12:23 2010 by Anna
Worm Cafe
Posted Mon Nov 29 11:00:27 2010 by Anna
Oyster mushrooms in the firewood
Posted Mon Nov 29 08:03:15 2010 by Anna
Free sources of garden mulch
Posted Wed Nov 24 11:00:51 2010 by Anna
How to start a no-till garden from scratch
Posted Tue Nov 23 11:00:52 2010 by Anna
Hugelkultur problems
Posted Sat Nov 20 07:51:38 2010 by Anna
Urban homestead permaculture
Posted Mon Nov 8 07:00:33 2010 by Anna
Nut orchard
Posted Fri Nov 5 07:00:34 2010 by Anna
Planting persimmons
Posted Wed Nov 3 12:00:49 2010 by Anna
American and Asian persimmons
Posted Tue Nov 2 12:00:56 2010 by Anna
Persimmons in permaculture
Posted Mon Nov 1 12:00:57 2010 by Anna
Winter wheat and the Hessian fly free date
Posted Fri Oct 22 07:00:32 2010 by Anna
A $20 mound
Posted Thu Oct 21 07:00:25 2010 by Anna
Wood chip mulch
Posted Wed Oct 20 07:00:37 2010 by Anna
Wormy chestnuts
Posted Sun Oct 10 08:26:28 2010 by Anna
Chicken forest pasture experiment: Year 1
Posted Thu Oct 7 07:52:33 2010 by Anna
Poultry litter biochar
Posted Fri Sep 3 12:00:38 2010 by Anna
Using biochar
Posted Thu Sep 2 12:01:56 2010 by Anna
Radish cover crop
Posted Thu Sep 2 08:14:58 2010 by Anna
How to make biochar
Posted Wed Sep 1 12:00:39 2010 by Anna
Benefits of biochar
Posted Tue Aug 31 12:00:24 2010 by Anna
Swiss chard leaf eater
Posted Tue Aug 31 07:09:43 2010 by Anna
What is biochar?
Posted Mon Aug 30 13:43:26 2010 by Anna
Does growing your own food matter?
Posted Sun Aug 29 09:10:44 2010 by Anna
Oriental fruit moth
Posted Sun Aug 15 07:37:14 2010 by Anna
Predatory stink bug
Posted Tue Aug 3 08:07:35 2010 by Anna
Farm tour
Posted Sun Aug 1 08:54:17 2010 by Anna
Tobacco hornworm
Posted Sat Jul 31 06:00:45 2010 by Anna
Succession planting cucumbers and summer squash
Posted Tue Jul 13 07:18:03 2010 by Anna
Egyptian onions for sale
Posted Wed Jul 7 07:38:53 2010 by Anna
No-till cover crop
Posted Tue Jul 6 08:27:35 2010 by Anna
How to gley a pond
Posted Sun Jul 4 08:37:39 2010 by Anna
Ethical meat
Posted Fri Jul 2 12:00:26 2010 by Anna
Calories per acre for various foods
Posted Wed Jun 30 12:00:29 2010 by Anna
Hugelkultur
Posted Mon Jun 28 07:35:38 2010 by Anna
Propagating kiwis from softwood cuttings
Posted Fri Jun 25 07:48:59 2010 by Anna
Dark Cornish broilers
Posted Wed Jun 16 07:15:43 2010 by Anna
Shelling peas vs. broccoli
Posted Sat Jun 5 07:12:26 2010 by Anna
Growing comfrey
Posted Fri Jun 4 12:00:39 2010 by Anna
Hatchling box turtle
Posted Fri Jun 4 06:39:05 2010 by Anna
Comfrey for compost and mulch
Posted Thu Jun 3 12:00:27 2010 by Anna
Feeding comfrey to livestock
Posted Wed Jun 2 12:00:47 2010 by Anna
Russian comfrey
Posted Tue Jun 1 12:00:16 2010 by Anna
Lawrence Hills on comfrey
Posted Mon May 31 11:43:37 2010 by Anna
Varieties resistant to cedar apple rust
Posted Sun May 30 06:52:30 2010 by Anna
Forest garden islands are easy
Posted Fri May 28 12:00:25 2010 by Anna
May farm tour
Posted Fri May 21 07:53:11 2010 by Anna
Chicken pasture contest winner
Posted Fri May 14 07:28:13 2010 by Anna
African roots of current African-American gardens
Posted Tue May 11 12:00:35 2010 by Anna
Elderberry leaf mulch
Posted Wed May 5 07:15:57 2010 by Anna
Volunteer mushrooms
Posted Mon May 3 06:55:01 2010 by Anna
Chicken pasture contest
Posted Sun May 2 07:55:31 2010 by Anna
Spring planting
Posted Sat May 1 07:23:40 2010 by Anna
Soil health in square foot gardening
Posted Thu Apr 22 12:00:31 2010 by Anna
Greater bee fly: Bombylius major
Posted Fri Apr 16 12:00:26 2010 by Anna
Horticulturalist society
Posted Fri Apr 16 07:00:20 2010 by Anna
Miner bees: Andrena sp.
Posted Thu Apr 15 12:00:16 2010 by Anna
Small carpenter bees: Ceratina sp.
Posted Wed Apr 14 12:00:28 2010 by Anna
Sweat bees: Halictids
Posted Tue Apr 13 12:00:28 2010 by Anna
Native pollinators
Posted Mon Apr 12 12:00:31 2010 by Anna
Ramps in the forest garden
Posted Mon Apr 12 07:35:48 2010 by Anna
Growing mushrooms on stumps
Posted Sun Apr 11 07:36:18 2010 by Anna
Mulberries: Morus sp.
Posted Fri Apr 9 12:00:16 2010 by Anna
Gooseberries and currants: Ribes sp.
Posted Thu Apr 8 12:00:23 2010 by Anna
Nanking Cherry: Prunus tomentosa
Posted Wed Apr 7 12:00:32 2010 by Anna
Hardy Kiwi: Actinidia arguta
Posted Tue Apr 6 12:00:30 2010 by Anna
Uncommon Fruits Worthy of Attention
Posted Mon Apr 5 12:00:20 2010 by Anna
Grains in the chicken forest pasture
Posted Thu Apr 1 12:00:29 2010 by Anna
Osage-Orange hedge, part 2
Posted Thu Apr 1 07:31:39 2010 by Anna
Sources of compost
Posted Wed Mar 31 07:52:09 2010 by Anna
Permaculture at home
Posted Sun Mar 28 08:08:10 2010 by Anna
Dandelions: Dynamic accumulator and edible
Posted Fri Mar 26 07:36:12 2010 by Anna
Daffodils in the forest garden
Posted Thu Mar 25 08:58:28 2010 by Anna
Hedges enclosed cottage gardens
Posted Wed Mar 10 12:00:21 2010 by Anna
Mycoremediation with King Stropharia
Posted Wed Mar 10 07:44:07 2010 by Anna
Renting a wood chipper
Posted Mon Mar 8 07:01:39 2010 by Anna
Skull identification
Posted Sat Mar 6 07:20:19 2010 by Anna
Scrounging for humus
Posted Fri Mar 5 07:03:27 2010 by Anna
Dark Cornish chickens
Posted Wed Mar 3 08:34:20 2010 by Anna
Planning and renovating garden beds
Posted Mon Mar 1 08:43:15 2010 by Anna
Bouche-Thomas hedges
Posted Fri Feb 26 12:00:35 2010 by Anna
Mounds and bogs in the forest garden
Posted Thu Feb 25 12:00:35 2010 by Anna
Cutting the cedars
Posted Thu Feb 25 07:55:29 2010 by Anna
Robert Hart's forest garden
Posted Wed Feb 24 12:00:09 2010 by Anna
Tropical forest gardening
Posted Tue Feb 23 12:00:09 2010 by Anna
Forest Gardening: Creating an Edible Landscape
Posted Mon Feb 22 12:00:29 2010 by Anna
Using legumes to increase the garden's fertility
Posted Fri Feb 12 12:00:21 2010 by Anna
The last straw
Posted Fri Feb 5 12:00:17 2010 by Anna
Masanobu Fukuoka's four principles
Posted Thu Feb 4 12:00:13 2010 by Anna
Uses for sawdust
Posted Thu Feb 4 07:33:22 2010 by Anna
Fukuoka's natural farming
Posted Wed Feb 3 12:00:19 2010 by Anna
The One-Straw Revolution
Posted Tue Feb 2 12:00:17 2010 by Anna
The decline of Japanese agriculture
Posted Mon Feb 1 12:00:10 2010 by Anna
What's new in the garden in 2010?
Posted Sat Jan 30 07:33:30 2010 by Anna
The allure of mulch
Posted Wed Jan 27 08:48:23 2010 by Anna
Starting alpine strawberries from seed
Posted Tue Jan 26 08:22:41 2010 by Anna
King Stropharia mushrooms in permaculture
Posted Tue Jan 12 12:00:24 2010 by Anna
Sod mulch for apples
Posted Wed Dec 30 12:00:06 2009 by Anna
Apples love bones
Posted Tue Dec 29 12:00:07 2009 by Anna
Dogs control rodents
Posted Fri Dec 25 07:00:15 2009 by Anna
Tweaking our mulch campaign for microorganisms
Posted Fri Dec 18 12:00:11 2009 by Anna
Different mulches for bacteria and fungi
Posted Thu Dec 17 12:00:10 2009 by Anna
Chemistry of the fungi to bacteria ratio
Posted Wed Dec 16 12:00:02 2009 by Anna
Fungi to bacteria ratio
Posted Tue Dec 15 12:00:10 2009 by Anna
Teaming with Microbes
Posted Mon Dec 14 12:00:10 2009 by Anna
Wood is scarce in China
Posted Fri Dec 11 12:00:10 2009 by Anna
Humanure and other fertilizers in China
Posted Thu Dec 10 12:00:11 2009 by Anna
Asian farming maximizes space and time
Posted Wed Dec 9 12:00:04 2009 by Anna
Feeding the masses with little land
Posted Tue Dec 8 12:00:31 2009 by Anna
Pasture plan
Posted Tue Dec 8 08:10:20 2009 by Anna
Swale update
Posted Mon Dec 7 08:23:41 2009 by Anna
A fruitful visit
Posted Sat Dec 5 08:09:29 2009 by Anna
Edible hedges
Posted Fri Dec 4 12:00:19 2009 by Anna
Sheep and goats in forest pastures
Posted Thu Dec 3 12:00:21 2009 by Anna
Pigs are our top choice for forest pasturing
Posted Wed Dec 2 12:00:07 2009 by Anna
Two visions of forest pasturing
Posted Tue Dec 1 12:00:22 2009 by Anna
Forest gardening avoids animals
Posted Mon Nov 30 12:00:24 2009 by Anna
Osage-Orange Hedge, Part 1
Posted Mon Nov 30 07:24:56 2009 by Anna
Building Mounds and Swales
Posted Tue Nov 24 08:33:41 2009 by Anna
Central American Forest Gardens
Posted Mon Nov 16 12:00:56 2009 by Anna
Our young forest garden
Posted Fri Nov 6 12:00:46 2009 by Anna
What is a forest garden?
Posted Thu Nov 5 12:01:02 2009 by Anna
History of forest gardening
Posted Wed Nov 4 12:00:53 2009 by Anna
History of permaculture
Posted Tue Nov 3 12:00:54 2009 by Anna
Roots of permaculture
Posted Mon Nov 2 12:00:51 2009 by Anna
You know you're a permaculture redneck when...
Posted Fri Oct 30 08:49:54 2009 by Anna
Nitrogen composition of tree leaves
Posted Tue Oct 27 08:09:44 2009 by Anna
Designing and maintaining your edible landscape naturally
Posted Mon Oct 5 12:00:22 2009 by Anna
Muck makes good seed beds
Posted Fri Sep 25 12:00:24 2009 by Anna
Mexican silting fields
Posted Thu Sep 24 12:00:28 2009 by Anna
Elderberry makes a good mulch
Posted Wed Sep 23 12:00:32 2009 by Anna
Leaves as a soil amendment
Posted Tue Sep 22 12:00:31 2009 by Anna
Permaculture obsession
Posted Thu Sep 3 12:00:42 2009 by Anna
Animal lessons
Posted Wed Sep 2 12:00:07 2009 by Anna
Garden lessons
Posted Tue Sep 1 12:00:18 2009 by Anna
Lessons learned in year 3
Posted Mon Aug 31 12:00:14 2009 by Anna
On the cusp of sustainability
Posted Fri Aug 7 12:00:19 2009 by Anna
Terra preta adds fertility to poor soils
Posted Thu Aug 6 12:00:22 2009 by Anna
Anthropogenic forests in the Amazon
Posted Wed Aug 5 12:00:23 2009 by Anna
Cahokia: A cautionary tale
Posted Tue Aug 4 12:00:05 2009 by Anna
What American Indians can teach us about permaculture
Posted Mon Aug 3 12:00:22 2009 by Anna
Tips for building a chicken tractor for under $20
Posted Tue Jul 7 12:00:22 2009 by Anna
Earthworms in permaculture
Posted Fri May 22 10:58:39 2009 by Anna
Introducing the commercial mower
Posted Sun May 17 08:37:56 2009 by Anna
Three sisters in permaculture
Posted Fri May 8 10:53:32 2009 by Anna
Comfrey in permaculture
Posted Thu May 7 10:44:05 2009 by Anna
Worms in permaculture
Posted Wed May 6 11:12:05 2009 by Anna
Chicken Tractor Permaculture
Posted Tue May 5 11:17:59 2009 by Anna
Introduction to Permaculture
Posted Mon May 4 10:54:24 2009 by Anna
Make your own cement blocks
Posted Thu Apr 23 20:42:50 2009 by Mark
Chicken tractor trek
Posted Fri Mar 13 19:25:41 2009 by Mark
Chicken tractor construction tip
Posted Thu Mar 12 18:02:25 2009 by Mark
Do it yourself chicken tractor
Posted Wed Mar 11 19:32:27 2009 by Mark
More notes on chicken tractor design
Posted Tue Mar 10 20:07:42 2009 by Mark
Chicken tractor details
Posted Mon Mar 9 19:03:40 2009 by Mark
Chicken tractor construction
Posted Thu Mar 5 20:20:15 2009 by Mark
Planning a forest garden, part 1
Posted Mon Mar 2 10:27:25 2009 by Anna
Forest garden experiment
Posted Mon Feb 9 07:46:08 2009 by Anna
Chicken Tractor Question
Posted Fri Nov 7 17:31:23 2008 by Mark


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