March 31 to April 1, 2016
Where: Harvard - Cambridge, Massachusetts
WORKSHOP: Lessons from Indigenous Knowledge & Permaculture: Planting, Building, Harvesting & Hunting
by Bonita Ford. Creative Commons - Attribution, Share Alike, 2015.
A colleague asked me about my top plants for perennial polycultures in our region (hardiness zones 4b/5a in Ontario and Québec). This is also a popular question on our garden tours and in our classes! From our observations, here's what I came up with...
Interested in wild edibles, animal tracks, microclimates, shelter, active and passive observation, and relationship with place?
Why do I love these gardens? Why do people love these gardens? There is something empowering about many hands transforming a lawn into a productive food garden. There is something magical about cardboard, compost and woodchips as the main ingredients for soil fertility.
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We hope you enjoy this video about our garden and our approach to permaculture design. Thanks to Olivier Asselin for this beautiful video!
Reiki is a holistic, energy-based practice that promotes balance, vitality and well-being.
In this workshop, we will learn Reiki Level I and other tools to enrich our practice, including:
It's been a summer full of learning. The weather was cooler and we had more rain than normal; the tomatoes were far less productive than last year and the swiss chard seems to be flowing endlessly. As we come into our 5th year of gardening in this climate, we're seeing how much the weather patterns can change from year to year. We continue to hear from folk