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  1. Environmental Issues
    ...Colonizing humans transferring species into bioregions, exponentially fragmenting and degrading interconnected assemblages, has left many hard decisions on how to halt their overpowering impact and revive a lifeway embedded in wild. In Beyond the War, Tao Orion, a permaculture design teacher...
  2. Environmental Issues
    Click link to go to video of my garden harvest photos (from May to November): MY GARDEN HARVEST PHOTOS from May to November (5 min VIDEO)
  3. Growing Your Own Veggies
    Much of the expansion work that goes into my garden begins in the Fall season. During the Spring and Summer I am not focused on expanding the garden because I am growing food at that time. In the Fall and Winter I am usually growing a small lettuce or kale garden but I can still work around...
  4. Growing Your Own Veggies
    Picture from Natural Ways Permaculture, also known as "Permanent Agriculture" or "Permanent Culture" encompasses Seven functional components that act like a Forest: 1. The canopy (i.e. tall trees); 2. Understory layer (i.e. trees that revel in the dappled light under the canopy); 3. Shrubs...
  5. Growing Your Own Veggies
    The tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, beans, and melons continue to grow, and usually harvest from these daily or weekly. The potatoes are finally ready to be harvested. James dug up a small patch for us to eat, and they were delicious with some of our beans and corn and some sliced tomatoes. The...
  6. Growing Your Own Veggies
    The greens are in their final stages. After several months, the remaining leaves are bitter and have bug markings. This video is from one of my last lettuce harvests. The tomatoes and cucumbers are fruiting. Seems odd to grow lettuce for months without using your own cucumbers and tomatoes...
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