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11 items for gardening (Page 1 of 1)

No-dig Gardening Basics from Deep Green Permaculture
No-dig gardening is a highly productive method of using compost, mulch, microbes, vermiculture and know-how to create usable, sustainable and earth friendly gardens.

Food
Sustainable methods of cultivating, collecting, storing, and preparing food. Second only to air and water, food is among the most fundamental human needs. However, more so then breathing air or drinking water, acquiring food has a significant and partially unavoidable impact on other living beings....

Hugelkultur gardening/rotting wood garden beds
An in-depth look at the hugelkultur method; instructions, benefits, photos, videos.

Teaming With Microbes
This book introduces the non scientist to the significance of the soil biota at and the symbiotic relationship with plants. Written by Jeff Lowenfels and Wayne Lewis it points towards gardening in a way that strengthens, rather than destroys, the soil food web and the complex world of soil-dwelling organisms...

Permaculture Design Magazine
(Formerly the Permaculture Activist) "Permaculture Design is an independent quarterly serving the permaculture movement in North America. We publish articles dealing with the spectrum of permaculture thought and action—from gardening to ecovillages, renewable energy, natural building, ethics, and...

Carolyn Herriot
Author, A Year on the Garden Path: A 52-Week Organic Gardening Guide, The Zero Mile Diet, and The Zero-Mile Diet Cookbook, and founder/operator, The Garden Path Centre

Seed Savers Exchange
An online chart describing the seed saving techniques and isolation distances for 25 common vegetables.

Permaculture
Designing human habitat systems based on patterns found in nature.

Soil Biota Enhancment
Optimizing soil health and productivity by cultivating symbiotic microorganisms.

Seed Saving
Although purchasing store-bought seed on an annual basis has become the norm, saving and sharing seeds is an essential part of a sustainable local food system.

Composting
The transformation of organic "waste" back into enhanced soil.



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