Cutting Hedges and Trees, Filling in the Berm…and more…

It’s been a crazy spring…with cold rainy weather lasting well into May, and with me being out of the country at the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland, not much got done on the garden…but that’s not to say I wasn’t learning profound lessons on connecting with the consciousness of nature… But before I left, I did manage to get … More Cutting Hedges and Trees, Filling in the Berm…and more…

Why Partner the Water?

Why does anyone get into permaculture? I could list many reasons, starting with three – to provide long-term food in a way that restores the land rather than depleting it; to work with, rather than against, natural processes (thus reducing the workload greatly); to create a self-sustaining mini-ecosystem that supports many forms of life, not just human… For me, … More Why Partner the Water?