Is permaculture gardening any better than organic gardening? I’m comparing the two methods in this video and sharing the 5 strategies that you can begin to implement in your garden TODAY to create the healthiest veggies possible!
As the world around us is rapidly changing and becoming more uncertain and unstable, it’s time to become self-sustainable. These basic steps are what you need to have in place TODAY so that your family is safe and secure before the next disaster.
Today I’m sharing some simple steps to create a modern homestead and prepare your family for the next lockdown. From growing and storing your own food to creating an energy-independent home, you can begin to create stability, and security today.
Discover how using just the sun and barrels of barrels can passively heat and cool a greenhouse so that you can extend your growing season, or even grow veggies year-round. This is how to create an abundant harvest during hot summers or snowy winters.
Are you exhausted from spending all of your free-time time in your garden? Here’s how you can spend less time in your garden and still grow a ton of veggies. These permaculture tips will help you create a low-work homestead that requires about 15 minutes a day.
If you’re struggling with overwhelm, fears, and worries about the state of the world, discover how gardening can reduce anxiety, calm your nervous system and improve your family’s stability for things to come.
Are raised beds better than in-ground beds? I’m comparing the two methods in this video and sharing the key aspects that must be considered before you decide so that you can create the healthiest veggies possible!
For our compost we use a large quantity of manure from a farm here in Grass Valley that is free and also full of pine needles. So much so that others would not even take it as they believed that it would be more acidic than without. Their loss or ours?
This begged the question – what was the truth behind pine needles and soil acidity? From a Permaculture standpoint this is important as pine needles are a natural occurring resource and we need to know: