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Our Garden Walk-Through – Part One

Hi there! 🙂 I’ve got our next vlog to show you today! I must apologize, I never realized how much I say that I am excited until I watched this video of myself! :O I guess I am just excited a lot 😉 There is a little bit of wind in the back...
by New Crunchy Mom on May 8, 2016

How to Buy Tame, Hand-Fed Easter Egger Hens from Our Daughter

This summer our daughter Rain decided to raise the tamest Easter Egger hens and sell them once they were close to laying age. She is selling them for the excellent price of $20.00 each. They are now large and feathered enough to be housed in outdoor...
by Appalachian Feet on Sep 11, 2015

Farming with nature

A few years ago the BBC showed a fascinating little documentary called A Farm for the Future. It argued that farming had got it wrong for thousands of years when it came to managing the soil, and that there were better techniques that used less energ...
by Make Wealth History on Aug 20, 2015

Winter Diary

i was out doing my monday morning walk around the farm and just couldn't help taking photo's and bringing you up-to-date on our continued growth towards not only sustainability, but profitability as well.  because this is the year of building ..
by JustEarth on Jun 22, 2015

DIGGING IN THE DIRT: Understanding the garden as a gateway to the soul

Digging in the dirt has the ability to be a gateway to your soul. It can open you up to possibilities, unleash your imagination and […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]...
by The Mindful Word on Apr 1, 2015

Trench Composting

With the encouragement of commenters, I decided to go ahead and use the trench composting method for the latest delivery of restaurant compost. Trench composting is a way to compost in which the compost is buried directly into the garden beds. First,...
by Little House in the Suburbs on Mar 21, 2015

How to Build a Permaculture Garden Class, Part 1 & 2

This Saturday Eliza is going to be showing a small group of people how to install a permaculture garden by actually doing it — the best way to learn! If you prefer to learn hands-on, this class is going to cover a myriad of permaculture techniq...
by Appalachian Feet on Mar 10, 2015

3 Principles of Permaculture Made Better by Vertical Farms

How can you get exclusive vertical farming content before it’s published on the site? Sign up here.  “Permaculture is a philosophy of…protracted and thoughtful observation rather than protracted and thoughtless labor.” —Bill Molli...
by Pro Vertical Farm on Mar 3, 2015

How to Attend Hands-On Classes in Gardens, Kitchens, Forests, and Even a Late 1800’s Cabin

It’s here. The garden classes are in gardens, the cooking classes are in kitchens, the nature study is in forests, the raspberries taste like raspberries, and the snozzberries taste like snozzberries! Photo Caption: My daughter and I inside the...
by Appalachian Feet on Feb 12, 2015

Update: Public Permaculture Demo Garden Progress

When I founded the SC Upstate Permaculture Society I had no idea we’d be this popular, but we’re up to 644 members with multiple people joining each week. If you live in upstate South Carolina (or nearby) we welcome you to join us. Last O...
by Appalachian Feet on Feb 9, 2015

An objective perspective on the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri

Whereas I have frequently posted regarding the shooting of Mike Brown by Officer Darren Wilson and the subsequent Ferguson riots on my personal Facebook profile, I have avoided the issue as yet in this particular venue.  However, I felt that it...
by Missouri Permaculture on Nov 29, 2014

STAY GREEN: Growing indoor herb gardens

Hooray! You think, if you’re a vampire or an existentialist—it is now November, and soon darkness and coldness will smother the last pitiful efforts of […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.them...
by The Mindful Word on Nov 10, 2014

How to make no-dig gardens

A few weeks ago I built some no dig garden beds in our new home that we are renting and planted them out with small cuttings and seedlings. After living in Bolivia for the past 2 years, growing at altitude and indoors, in pots, I am excited to back a...
by Making Sense of Things on Nov 5, 2014

How to make no-dig gardens

A few weeks ago I built some no dig garden beds in our new home that we are renting and planted them out with small cuttings and seedlings. After living in Bolivia for the past 2 years, growing at altitude and indoors, in pots, I am excited to back a...
by Making Sense of Things on Nov 5, 2014

The alkaline soil challenge: How to fix alkaline soil [Guest Post]

Content by Erin Brooks. It’s essay season at our place, which means I’ve been time-poor the last few days as I try to finish all of my uni... The post The alkaline soil challenge: How to fix alkaline soil [Guest Post] appeared first on she cooks,...
by she cooks, she gardens on Oct 26, 2014

Music From The Voice: No Such Thing As Waste, Charlie MGee

A song to celebrate Bean’s new Green Bean Challenge! An interesting point made here I think… For more from Charlie Mgee, click here – www.formidablevegetable.com.au...
by Bean On An Adventure on Sep 16, 2014

Music From The Voice: No Such Thing As Waste, Charlie MGee

A song to celebrate Bean’s new Green Bean Challenge! An interesting point made here I think… For more from Charlie Mgee, click here – www.formidablevegetable.com.au...
by Bean On An Adventure on Sep 16, 2014

Music From The Voice: No Such Thing As Waste, Charlie MGee

A song to celebrate Bean’s new Green Bean Challenge! An interesting point made here I think… For more from Charlie Mgee, click here – www.formidablevegetable.com.au...
by Bean On An Adventure on Sep 16, 2014

How to Attend Our Upcoming Garden Open House (& a Virtual Tour)

Our garden open house (rain or shine) is THIS coming Saturday! APPALACHIAN FEET GARDEN OPEN HOUSE DETAILS: Drop-in June 14th, 9:00am – 5:00pm Recommended donation of $2-$5 440 Summit Drive, Greenville, SC You may also want to catch Eliza’...
by Appalachian Feet on Jun 9, 2014

Suburban food gardening in Perth, Western Australia

Over the past year I’ve been following a facebook group called Jetto’s Patch, a Perth edible garden on less than half an acre (1482 square meters). Admittedly, my involvement in the group has been minimal as we’ve been in Bolivia ga...
by Making Sense of Things on May 5, 2014


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