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Cultivating Herbs Using Permaculture

Cultivating plants whether fruit/nut trees, herbs, berries or vegetables can be daunting if it’s new to you. Sean has an amazing knack for breaking things down into bite-sized pieces to make permaculture approachable and easy to understand. Throughout his courses, he brings the theoretical down to the practical with hands-on projects and real life examples. …

Composting

Completed compost is a living, humus-like byproduct of the breaking down process of organic material. Composting speeds up decomposition so the materials break down faster than they normally would in nature. Compost¬†benefits: Improves the texture of your soil Holds space for water and oxygen Increases the presence of micro and macro-organisms What does a good …

Growing Burdock

If you have any kind of fields at all (farmer, homesteader, rancher and so on) you’ve probably heard of burdock and wish it would disappear from the planet. There are times when I’ll be driving along a highway, look over and see burdock dominating a field. In some places, like British Columbia, it is considered …