Category Archives: no till garden

Guest Bloggers Wanted.

Here is the deal. I love this website. I worked really hard to get it where it is, and I would like to see it go to another level. The problem is, I just don’t have the time to write … Continue reading

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A Backyard Permaculture Tour

This is one of my favorite types of posts to make. A tour of an ongoing backyard Permaculture garden. Rick Larson is located in zone 5 (Wisconsin) and is working a good sized yard. You can see from the video … Continue reading

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Upcoming workshop: Options and Considerations for Raised Bed Gardens

First the nitty gritty: This is a FREE two hour workshop which focuses on planning and implementing a raised bed garden based on your site and its specific needs; rather than taking a one size fails all approach. During this … Continue reading

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Here is a front yard miniature food forest in Denver Colorado.

flutingaround This is a great example of a polyculture garden and the kind of rampant fertility that can be achieved with Permaculture techniques. To give an idea of just how much is stacked in here, look at the yard when … Continue reading

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DIYFS Podcast #9 : Beginners Angst

This Podcast is one I thoroughly enjoyed writing and recording. Basically, it came to be like this. Attainable Sustainable , which I subscribe to through facebook (here is theirs), posted a question to their readers asking what was holding them … Continue reading

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Here is some video from a cold temperate Permaculture example site up in Ontario Canada

We Are Many Acres This video gives a quick tour of a cold temperate Permaculture site called All Sorts Acres. It is located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. As you can see in the video they have several systems working together; … Continue reading

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Scientific demonstration between tilled and non tilled soil (50 year test)

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Permaculture and No Till Gardening- long video, great explanations.

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