Category Archives: Permaculture
Some great advice! Advice to a young farmer, from Eliot Coleman
Self-Care is an often-forgotten part of permaculture. I’ve been practicing yoga for years, but often feel guilt-tripped into avoiding other ‘time-out’/’me-time’. If you’re having trouble too, here are some tips on how to add a little. For me, a hammock, … Continue reading
What a fascinating article! And a totally different way of looking at your groupings and companion planting. Understanding what makes plants happy
How to identify your soil type with one easy test.
The Services page has been updated. Have you lost an orchard? :P Do you have any lantana you want removed? Give us a call/msg/email! :)
Look what also arrived while I was away! Yay! :D
Some interesting research between those who produce and those who consume organic foods, and Australia has the largest by far ‘room for growth’ when it comes to production! Yay :) The most organic countries in the world, in one map
In our own way, we’ll be doing each of these up at The Farm (our ‘hedgerow’ will be mostly natives to attract local birds and pollinators, and create habitat), but you can achieve a lot of these in our own … Continue reading
What a great schematic! Do you REALLY need it?
Some great advice for anyone dreaming about starting a farm: “We need many more farmers working intelligently to restore ecosystems, local food systems and economies. Here’s some of the main reasons I’ve seen that block people from getting started….”