Last week’s “Science Friday” on NPR had a segment on gardening, and it was a good example of why we need Permaculture. It can help show why Permaculture offers us something very different from the approach taught in most Master … Continue reading Science VS Permaculture? Organics VS Synthetics? Heirlooms VS Hybrids?
Tree crops: what to plant and how many. Continue reading Fruit Trees: What to Plant and How Many
The Transformative Landscape Initiative seeks to help people create truly regenerative and societally impactful landscapes through a number of support tools, including information, sample letters, promotional materials, yard signs, AND recognition from an organization including thousands of members. If you … Continue reading Endorse the Transformative Landscape Criteria
Beauty in Abundance, the Landscape Transformation manual. Transform your landscape into a beautiful, productive, easy paradise!
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Permaculture goodness directly into your auditory canals! We will be updating with new articles with audio, readings, interviews, and actual podcasts. So if you want to flush your ears out with some Transformative Adventures, make sure to visit and sign … Continue reading NEW! The Transformation Podcast!
If you’re fairly new to gardening, the herb spiral is one of the best beginning gardening adventures. Creating one of these beautiful, functional pieces of landscape art will naturally teach you some of the most important gardening wisdom, wisdom that’s … Continue reading The Herb Spiral, An Adventure that Transforms your Gardening.
Announcing our 2019 season schedule of Transformative Adventures! HOLIDAY SALE PRICES THROUGH DECEMBER. This season, we’re offering 4 major courses, along with a few online programs, additional classes, and some free foraging walks. 2019 Programs: 1. Community Supported Permaculture Program: … Continue reading 2019 A Season of Transformative Adventures
“When you put beauty in a place that has none, that’s a game changer.” — Ron Finley To live in a beautiful, uplifted situation with dignity should not be seen as an exclusive privilege for the elite. It is … Continue reading We Deserve Beauty: Finding Inspiration in Patterns
(Edible Forest Garden at Lillie House, filled with food, flowers and medicinal and culinary herbs.) Nature is calling us home, and people all over the world feel it, the urge to reconnect with their landscapes in a more meaningful way than the endless struggle against lawn and weeds. And the forest garden – a designed ecosystem filled with ripe fruits, lush vegetables, craft materials and medicine that integrates native plants and wildlife habitat – is the ideal representation of our rightful human relationship with the world, cultivating the wild, working with ecosystems to meet our needs instead of reaping them … Continue reading The Era of Edible Forest Gardening has Arrived
Kneeling on the lawn, dirty gloves to your face, you see the writing on the garden wall: you now understand the “gardener’s trap” you find yourself in – and you find yourself praying to that great tiller in the sky, to just come end it all. Now. Your garden (literally) looks like the heat death of the universe. A manifestation of pure chaos. The apocalypse, but with weeds. And grass. EVERYWHERE. I know this is a very geeky metaphor for a gardening blog, but it might seem clever in a moment if you bare with me. Two years ago, you … Continue reading Permaculture for Sanity Retention (and Landscape Management)