• $100 for ONE Acre Permaculture Homestead

    What if you don't have money for your own homestead right now? Paul has created multiple programs and levels to allow people to experience homesteading and permaculture...some donate time and labor while others buy or rent their plot. What can…

  • Permaculture: Geoff Lawton at TEDxAjman

    About The Speaker: Geoff Lawton is an internationally - renowned permaculture educator, consultant and practitioner. He emigrated from England to Australia and later studied permaculture with Bill Mollison in Tasmania. He established the Permaculture Research Institute at Tagari Farm in…

  • Backyard Permaculture FOOD FOREST, Functional Design

    The Permaculture Food Forest is still in high production, and the past investments are starting to pay off. I have been harvesting so much food that its hard to keep up with. I am located in New Jersey in Zone…

  • Farming with Only Hand Tools

    Farming with Only Hand Tools

    Adam and Sarah Mancino work exclusively with hand tools, using hoop houses to raise greens and root vegetables in the colder months and sustainable practices to grow heirloom tomatoes and sweet peppers in the summer. All this at Farm Beach…

  • America’s First Ag Data Case

    America’s First Ag Data Case

    Editor’s note: This post was contributed by Todd Janzen. Todd is a frequent author and speaker on legal issues affecting agriculture. He writes a regular blog column on law and technology issues facing agriculture. Todd is currently an agriculture, tech,…

  • What’s Going On With Ag at SXSW This Year?

    What’s Going On With Ag at SXSW This Year?

    Contributed by The Dirt Editors SXSW Interactive, taking place March 10–19 this year, will bring together tech leaders, VCs, journalists, government, artists and musicians for compelling discussions, presentations, and panels on what’s next in innovation. What does this have to do…

  • We Need to Put More Biodiversity on the Sustainable Development Menu

    We Need to Put More Biodiversity on the Sustainable Development Menu

    In this guest blog post, Ann Tutwiler, Director General of Bioversity International kicks off our brand new series “SDG2 Countdown”. For five weeks, we will count down to the United Nations’ meeting that will track SDG progress, by exploring the…

  • Free Ranging: The Pros & Cons

    When I brought my first animals home to the farm there was no question in my mind as to whether they would live the life of free range animals. I wanted my animals to be just as free as I…

  • 8 Reasons to Include Rosemary in the Garden

    Growing food at home is much more than vegetables alone. Culinary herbs are not only one of the easy crops to cultivate, but they improve the flavor, as well as the nutritional content of the dishes we cook. What’s more…

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