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How can you be a cheap godless gardener?

The ecomony''s lousy. Costs are up. Incomes are down. Gardening has many benefits. Sense of peace, connection to nature, sense of accompli…

Started by Daniel WachenheimLatest Reply

Gardeners, prepare tomorrow's generations for a changed climate. Through gardening!

This is a concept, I am making up as I go along.  I expect it to evolve (evolve through intelligent design, not by gods but by humans).  Fo…

Started by Daniel WachenheimLatest Reply

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The Broadfork Chicken MIRACLE

My favorite family working as a team, cheerfully and willingly, to get a project done. An abundance of green tomatoes turns into fried gree…

Started by Joan Denoo

4 Oct 8
Reply by Idaho Spud

What Killed My Chicken - How To Know

What Killed My Chicken - How To Know  Justin tells what can kill chickens and how to identify the killer species. He does his usual drama p…

Started by Joan Denoo

2 Sep 28
Reply by Daniel Wachenheim

Landscape Fabric Pros & Cons Finding an Alternative thru Sheet Mulching

In 1996 I took out all mowable grass, planted a food forest, mulched heavily with wood chips and planted stepable ground covers, i.e. Thymu…

Started by Joan Denoo

0 Sep 24

Polluting Yourself with Leaf Blowers

According to the California Air Resources Board the types of air pollutants emitted when using a gasoline-powered leaf blower for half an h…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

6 Sep 22
Reply by Daniel Wachenheim

Willow tree

My first post in gardening. A year ago, we just got this first new home and it is about 2.5 acres. I love trees, especially older trees. We…

Started by Thomas Murray

12 Sep 15
Reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

Front yard gardening. Edible Estates.

Here's a link to artist Fritz Haeg, who sets a great example, tearing up front lawns and creating what he calls Edible Estates.   Also a g…

Started by Daniel Wachenheim

14 Sep 15
Reply by k.h. ky

Archer Strawberry

Plum-sized strawberry delivers huge dose of intense flavor Head's up, gardeners with sunny locations. Topping out at over 50 grams, Archer,…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

2 Sep 15
Reply by Idaho Spud

Deer Fence Installed! But Where's the Mulch?

This is a new homesteading family I have been following for a week or so. They clearly are novices and seem to have access to resources nee…

Started by Joan Denoo

1 Sep 6
Reply by Randall Smith


FUNGAL SOIL: WHAT IS IT AND WHY DO WE WANT IT? I have not learned how to distinguish the edible from inedible fungus, but that is something…

Started by Joan Denoo

5 Aug 18
Reply by Joan Denoo

My Farm Failures - Revealed Justin Rhodes

My Farm Failures - Revealed    Justin Rhodes My failures occur mostly from neglecting my garden for three years. Unlike Daniel, I didn't…

Started by Joan Denoo

2 Aug 15
Reply by Joan Denoo



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