Water? Good soil? A solid barn? Sure, those are obvious. Here are several elements you might not have considered that might end up being crucial.
Starting your own seeds is a fun and inexpensive way to grow plants, but it has its difficulties. Here are 5 seed-starting problems and ways to solve them.
Even if the weather in your area doesn’t reflect spring’s arrival, it’s time to get machinery, land and growing areas ready for the yearly change.
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.
Mulch can improve garden soil and also limit weeds. Here are a number of materials that make good mulch, their pros and cons, and where you can get them.
If you prefer not to use weed-control methods that contain commercially produced herbicides, here are several natural methods and accompanying advice on fighting weeds.
Conservation researchers increasingly rely on crowdsourced data to identify threats to pollinators. Here are ways you can help collect and report information.