Tag Archives: Permaculture Ethics

Increasing Yield 9-4-19

In Permaculture* Design, we are always working to increase yield in our land while always increasing fertility and restoring top soil. In modern agriculture, yield is more of a statistic than a measure of viability of the land. The USDA … Continue reading

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Making a Difference

I don’t know about you, but every time I hear more bad news, I think to myself, how do we turn this craziness around? We are getting hit with so much insanity, so much destruction and evil, it can put … Continue reading

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