A community garden demonstrates a permaculture response to land repair, community fellowship, and growing food.
Designing the layout of a property can be overwhelming. If your goal is an efficient and productive landscape, a permaculture designer may be able to help. Here are three reasons why a permaculture designer can help you meet your goals (and what to look for in a designer).
The practice of growing hedgerows stems from at least the Medieval times of England and Ireland. Hedgerows can increase the beauty, productivity, and biodiversity of a property. Discover 10 reasons why this age-old strategy can benefit your suburban property.
A hedgerow can offer beauty, productivity, biodiversity, and much more! Discover how to plant a hedgerow to meet your needs.
Permaculture is a buzz word that is heard frequently in gardening and homesteading circles, but what does it mean? In this article I will define permaculture (as I see it) and share resources for learning more.
Weeds are often the first plants to turn green and bloom in the spring. While they are considered a nuisance for the average homeowner, they provide an important service to beneficial pollinators like bees. Read on to discover why leaving some room for weeds in your yard is a good thing!