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“Seasons of Soil” Edible Forest Gardening – Oct 2014

Want to create abundance in your own back garden or community growing space? Forest gardening is a design method that mimics a young natural woodland, in which multiple useful species are established in stacked layers from the below the ground level to the tree canopy. By taking advantage of every opportunity, forest gardens are diverse, […]

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My Experience of Permaculture in Guatemala

In 2010, I spent four weeks in San Lucas Tolimán, Lake Atitlan working on the Ijtaz community project. I wanted to experience the regenerative capacity of permaculture. Here’s an article I wrote for Geoff Lawton’s global permaculture website. – Kevin The Ijatz cooperative is possibly the best demonstration of the transformative power of permaculture in […]

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Edible Forest Gardening Workshop

Want to create abundance in your own back garden or community growing space? Forest garden design packs useful species into a small area to create an intensive and highly productive system. Learn how by design, a tree system can provide a diverse range of foods, requiring little maintenance and with few offsite inputs.

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