In his new book, Michael Foley gives examples of farms implementing solutions others can follow and also shows the link between sustainability and enduring civilizations.
Start where you are and work slowly toward your permaculture goal. These steps will help guide you to start growing plants in synthesis with your environment.
The presence of certain insects as well as leeches in wetlands, creeks, ponds and streams helps reveal whether the water is polluted or clean. Here’s what to look for.
Homesteading has a level of unpredictability, as well as challenges and rewards, that keep Teri Page, her husband and their two kids learning and growing.
Timing, type and source of cover material, and letting go of certain preconceived ideas factor into establishing a no-till garden that works for your circumstances.
In his book, Andrew Mefford highlights multiple methods using no chemicals and minimal equipment that can improve soil management, produce better vegetables and fight climate change.
If you have access to woodlands, these 4 sources help you explore products other than lumber to establish a lucrative and thriving partnership with nature.