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Mother Earth can generally plan her own business pretty well, and it’s a good thing, too: fundamentally, the success of our gardens hinges on the stability of those natural cycles and predictability of larger patterns. Planning your garden effectively involves … Continue reading
I was alerted recently to the fact that I tend to use that phrase a little bit too often. Well…here’s my excuse: ’tis always the season for something in the garden! On this, the first day of November, we’re still … Continue reading
20 x 20 community garden plot – before cleanup Just wanted to share a few good pictures of recent garden cleanups. ‘Tis the season; good luck with yours, and let us know if you need a hand!! Tweet
What’s the simplest way to describe people who design, install, and maintain outdoor environments? Well, they’re “landscapers,” of course! But that one word doesn’t quite fit all. In the general arena of landcare professionals, there are a lot of specific … Continue reading
Summer gardens tend to be bigger, size-wise, than fall/winter gardens, so it’s normal to be looking at some empty garden space during the off-season. Here are a few basic goals for that space: Protect the soil from compaction, erosion, and … Continue reading
On Tuesday, for the first time, we taught a class called “Permaculture in YOUR Garden (and Life!).” It was a small but mighty class, and a whirlwind: condensing information from the 72-hour certification course into a 1.5-hour 101 was a … Continue reading
We are leaving the gorgeous Rocky Mountain National Park this morning (where the lovely visitor’s center has wireless access!), finally heading for home. I didn’t update from Atlanta, where we stayed the longest we’ve stayed anywhere on this trip, but … Continue reading
The more things stay the same. You know how that one goes. But it boggles my mind that we can be nearly 3000 miles away from home and yet be scheduling consultations, making cultivation recommendations, updating our website, and having … Continue reading
I am not a travel writer, or a food writer. Despite a few attempts at academic writing, that hasn’t really done it for me either. I’m a navel-gazer. And what I see when I gaze into my navel these days … Continue reading