Louisville Region PDC hosted by….

We are pleased as punch to share the permaculture design course at the Faul Family Riverside Farm starting in February. Andre Faul and his family have been inspired by the work of Joel Salatin and others in search of a healthy farming approach. This still-in-development farm will be the site for most of our course […]

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The Wall of Green

(This was first published on Rhonda’s writing site, Vital Connection)  On occasion, I talk about my own permaculture site. Sometimes I am hesitant to do so, because it is my sanctuary, and my place to learn and make mistakes. Some permaculturists who focus on expensive structural systems and more traditional aesthetics shaped by heavily populated […]

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Soil Building 201: Biochar

[This post was originally written for and appeared on the blog for the Garden Tower Project.] While we are on the topic of putting the gardens to bed and building soil and dreaming of rich gardens in 2017, let’s look into biochar. What is it? Biochar is a valuable soil amendment, first and foremost. According […]

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Harvest and Fall Gardening

Note: This post was originally written for and posted for The Garden Tower Project in July 2015.  It’s the high heat of summer. Believe it or not, it’s time to get your fall garden under way. July is the month to plan your fall and winter gardens, start seeds or obtain young starts. It’s a good […]

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