The Landscape Transformation program, also sometimes marketed as the Community Supported Permaculture and Forest Gardening CSA Program is “CSA” (Community Supported Agriculture) subscription program that combines “everything you need to start a successful project that will transform your landscape.” It is “the CSA that grows food at your house, while transforming your landscape.” It combines nursery and seed stock, produce tastings and recipes, group consultation and a season long class. Continue reading The Landscape Transformation Program Business Plan.
How does a Permaculture Designed homestead compare to a conventional homestead or farm? With our special one-time online Transformative Adventures Permaculture Design Certificate Course coming up, I wanted to create a photo-essay to help people explore the topic. Having been … Continue reading Permaculture vs Homesteading
“The opposite of a bad idea is rarely a good idea, it’s usually just another bad idea.” In America’s frantic and polarized culture, this axiom is one of my favorite thinking tools. It’s an oldie-but-goodie that’s being re-popularized by … Continue reading I Wish I Understood this Before I Started Farming! (Why Permaculture ≠ Farming)
From garden to table in about 10 minutes. Carrots and broccoli make a beautiful warm “salad” with a light vinaigrette or in this recipe, a quick garlic and shoyu dressing. I never tire of the wonderful, complex flavors of these fresh vegetables–fit for the finest restaurants. I’ve been experimenting around a lot this year with reducing or eliminating “stable” carbs like grains from my daily diet to make meals that come 95% (oils, salt and condiments are the imports) from our garden. Right now, carrots are one of the main “carb crops” I’ve been building meals around, since they are … Continue reading In-Season Recipes: Warm Carrot, Broccoli, Summer Vegetables Salad