Category Archives: Garden

Deep Green Permaculture | The Sustainable Organic Gardening Guide for Self-Sufficient People

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When I began looking for alternative farming techniques and discovered Permaculture, this site was one of the first I found.  I spent a few days reading all the articles, becoming more excited and inspired than I thought was possible a week before.  That may not sound like much but it was. It was life changing.

Thank you Angelo for sharing your journey and I look forward to joining the global permaculture community in helping the world back into abundance.

Deep Green Permaculture | The Sustainable Organic Gardening Guide for Self-Sufficient People.

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7 Nutrient-Rich Brews Your Plants Will Love : TipNut.com

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These are easy steps that anyone can take immediately to start getting use to a more sustainable existence. To take seriously the commitment to not waste resources and to help our environment.  These are some of the things that I am doing right now, building habits so they will be in place well before I actually will depend on those habits to thrive.

I’ll post more of these as I come across them and add them into my life.  Tell me about things you are doing to live a more sustainable life!

7 Nutrient-Rich Brews Your Plants Will Love : TipNut.com.

7 Nutrient-Rich Brews Your Plants Will Love : TipNut.com

Raised Row Gardening | “The Farm” Old World Garden Farms

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Raised Row Gardening | “The Farm” Old World Garden Farms.

What a terrific site!  This is the perfect “how to” for anyone wanting to start a garden.  Simple plan, best practices, easy on the labor and very productive.  Anyone literally can do this, in any space and size. Most of what you will need you can find for very low cost or free.

Raised Row Garden

How much is your vegetable garden worth? | MNN – Mother Nature Network

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How much is your vegetable garden worth? | MNN – Mother Nature Network.

The Doirons estimate they invested $282 in last year’s garden, for a total return on investment of 862 percent. “

And these numbers are from 2010.  This should make anyone who struggles with food budgets vs healthy choices overjoyed to see.  The choice is clear for anyone that has even a little room and sun.  Imagine the safety that can give struggling parents, to know that they can provide a healthy diet for their kids.