Are you wondering what advantage comes from a little bit of permaculture planning before you spend the rest of your life pottering about in your garden growing food? How does design increase the success of a garden? Join us in...Continue reading »
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Go Easy There’s more than one way to shape the land and direct water to your gardens. Most people can’t afford machinery to shape the land and build abundance. So, they usually abandon hope of reshaping their site and work...Continue reading »
For people interested in the art, science, health, economics and politics of cooking with fuel from the garden. Learn about different types of garden fuel and fuel-stove cooking techniques. Dine by a Hot Stove – Friday July 8th About the...Continue reading »
This will be a fun full day of ideas and practical solutions and then application with a mini-practice design. Learn the art of Permaculture design with designer, creator, artist and international permaculture teacher April Sampson-Kelly on her mature demonstration property:...Continue reading »
What’s so hot about a solar cooker? You can make one yourself There’s no open flame so you can use this oven during a total fire ban but be mindful to watch that the reflection won’t start a fire. No...Continue reading »
In today’s workshop we built and wove a tipi using mostly biological resources. Over the life time of anything we make there is deterioration and eventually things turn into compost. But a living tipi, like a living fence, can be...Continue reading »
NEWS: for our next weaving/living fence workshop we will build on the great woven base for the Tipi, cut Bamboo (Old Hamii) poles, and started growing plants to weave into the tipi. This is no ordinary TIPI, it will become...Continue reading »