In part two of our soils series, we explore the chemical properties of soil, including our top 10 favorite soil amendments for happy and thriving plants.
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Learn how to assess basic information about the physical properties of your soil, including soil texture, structure, and moisture levels.
The third in our Rainwater Harvesting series, this post about tanks and cisterns discusses how to catch and store rainwater for potable use and washing.
by Giovanni Castaldo, Santa Cruz Permaculture Design Course participant This series of blog posts about Rainwater Harvesting provides an overview of some of the key practices. It’s informed and guided by the book Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond, one of Brad Lancaster’s approachable and inspiring works. As discussed in the prior post in this […]
This series of blog posts about Rainwater Harvesting is provides an overview of some of the key practices. The series is informed and guided by the book Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond, Brad Lancaster’s approachable and inspiring work on the topic of rainwater harvesting. This is blog post one of three in this series by Giovanni Castaldo.
Erin Axelrod describes her upcoming workshop on Designing the Regenerative Economy with Kevin Bayuk. Erin & Kevin are both partners of LIFT Economy.
Erin Axelrod & Kevin Bayuk discuss Next Economy design principles & strategies for vocation & regenerative enterprise design.
As part of our interview series with instructors for our Systems Change & the Next Economy course, we spoke with Nwamaka Agbo, who will be leading a workshop on “Restorative Economics: Strategies for Just Transition to a more Sustainable, Equitable and Just Economy.” Her workshop will take place March 16-17 in Santa Cruz County. Nwamaka […]
Homefun resources related to Home-Scale Permaculture: Creating Natural Homes & Edible Landscapes from our Permaculture Design Certificate course.
In this summer update to our Fruit Tree Care series, we’re covering some important best practices for summertime in the orchard: summer pruning, weeding around fruit trees, and effective strategies for designing and planting understory plant communities, or guilds. By this point in the summer, hopefully you’ve already thinned your fruit trees and have been […]