Contributed by John Freebury Too often I am so preoccupied with crossing the river that I never think to examine the stones which make the crossing possible. What rubies, opals, diamonds, and sapphires. Do you see them? Last week I was at a dinner party and began a conversation with one of the Resilience Festival […]
Sheet Mulching: Sheet mulching is a great way to build your soil! You can sheet mulch right over grass, weeds or to improve poor soil. We recommend sheet mulching over the use of a rototiller anytime. The best time of year to mulch is late in the fall or early spring but really, sheet mulching can be applied […]
By Kazimir Haykowsky, an Edmontonian student of Human Geography, practitioner of Permaculture and co-founder of Edmonton’s Spruce Permaculture Landscaping. Kazimir is in Santiago de Cuba on a 3-month exchange studying language, culture, place, agriculture and food in the Caribbean’s dynamic and historical socialist republic. This is his first journal entry about his experiences for the Edmonton Permaculture Guild blog.