• Permaculture Paradise: Val and Eli’s Garden!

    Val and Eli take us on a tour of their magical permagarden in Jacksonville FL. They have created a wonderful, natural space filled with self-sustaining fruits, vegetables, herbs, medicines, colors, water, fragrances, and wildlife. This is the very best fast…

  • How to grow Cauliflower, cruciferous

    Cauliflower Cauliflower is a cool-season crop and a offspring of the frequent cabbage. If you plant to effort rising cauliflower in the home garden, it require time after time cool temperatures with temperatures in the 60 s. The soil pH…

  • How to Keep Your Homestead Animals Cool in the Summer

    How to Keep Your Homestead Animals Cool in the Summer It’s important to look after our homestead animals as temperatures soar during the summer months.  Animals are just as susceptible to the effects of exposure as their human counterparts, and…

  • How to Keep Your Homestead Animals Cool in the Summer

    How to Keep Your Homestead Animals Cool in the Summer It’s important to look after our homestead animals as temperatures soar during the summer months.  Animals are just as susceptible to the effects of exposure as their human counterparts, and…

  • Passive Water Storage Tank Heating System

    Interesting ideas on using a water storage tank heating system. For many people finding alternative sources of energy and ways of using renewable power is the best way to reverse the damaging effects to environment by the use of fossil…

  • No dig, ditch back-breaking cultivation and grow great vegetables

    Origins of no dig cultivation methods are not completely clear, but the benefits of having healthy soil, bountiful crops with minimal work is clear! Managing your allotment/home vegetable garden using techniques such as double digging are time consuming, labour intensive…

  • Self-Sustainable Lifestyles are Becoming Illegal

    Across the U.S. local zoning officials are making it increasingly difficult for people to go off-grid and live self-sustainable lives. Building tiny homes, harvesting rainwater, using solar or wind energy, and even building community gardens are being targeted and in…

  • Arid land to a fertile Eden: permaculture lessons from Portugal

    The land undulates upwards into gentle hills, cradling nooks of fertile terraces growing sweetcorn, sunflowers and tomatoes, before rolling down into tranquil lakes. It looks like a natural Edenic paradise on earth. But 20 years ago this land was arid…

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