Adrift Gardens and Yarducopia are excited to announce two March workshops: Designing Your Garden and Seed Starting from Scratch. Each two-hour virtual workshop is hands-on, with a supply list sent out in advance and materials available for pickup on request (seeds, soil, seedling trays, lights, etc) so that, despite being geographically apart, we can work … Continue reading March Workshops
This spring I’ve been working on designing a guild. For those of you who don’t know what a guild is here is a good definition I found on http://www.neverendingfood.org. “In Permaculture, a guild is a grouping of plants, trees, animals, insects, and other components that work together to help ensure their health and productivity.” I … Continue reading Building a Guild
Have you ever looked at patterns? I mean really looked. We have patterns all around us. I'm not talking about the pattern on your shirt or of the linoleum , I'm talking about the patterns that make up the world. From our DNA to the clouds above. First of all, what are patterns? A pattern, … Continue reading Patterns
One of my assignments for class this week was to take a quiz on bioregions, and how well we knew our own. I was fairly confident I could answer most of the questions in it accurately. To my surprise, I didn’t. I only got about half of them correct. Ater a little bit of research, I … Continue reading Want to explore your bioregion?
One of they myths I would like to dispel is that a good home cooked meal takes a lot of time. I threw this dinner together … Continue reading Honey drizzled Berbère Salmon and Berbère Spiced Creamed Greens
So you've maybe heard about this word, Permaculture, but you don't know what it means. One of the interesting things about it is how many definitions it has. It seems to mean different things to different people. Part of my journey has been figuring out my own interpretation.