Use what you have available to build a more sustainable, no-dig garden bed that needs less water. Hugelkultur beds can be just that — raised beds. The more traditional type/size will be from 3-5 feet tall, tapering at top (in a mound) and can be as wide as you want or as narrow.
For farmers who have heard the term “permaculture” and are curious as to just what it means, out comes a new book from Timber Press. Practical Permaculture offers vivid ways to diversify the number of crops growing in a given area.
Imagine growing your own clothes! It can be done. Check out Cindy’s homegrown, handspun, handwoven, naturally colored cotton shirt. Your fibershed can be in your own backyard.
Sometimes our geography fights us when it comes to producing an abundant, year-round harvest. With a little ingenuity, though, we can set up sustainable, simple systems that allow for year-round food harvest, even in cold climates.
Herbs work harder than your ordinary houseplant. They bring fragrance to the room, flavor to the food and can grow year-round. Here's 8 easy growing herbs and how to get started!
Groundhogs pose an unique challenge for any gardener. Here are some of the ways I've dealt with these vegetable-munching menaces.
Seed libraries came to the attention of some state departments of agriculture in 2014, thinking seed sharing programs fell under their control. In July 2016, the American Association of Seed Control Officials adopted an amendment that exempts seed libraries from state seed laws. Learn about what that means for your seed share program.
There are still plenty of tasks you can accomplish in the garden to get ready for the next growing season. Find out 10 things you can be doing in the garden over winter.
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