Permaculture advocate says work with nature, not against it

Ferintosh producer Takota Coen says carefully designed mixed farms are the way of the future [...]

Takota Coen has planted fruit and nut trees between his pasture land and a 1.5-kilometre swale that collects run-off from his annual crop field and feeds his farm’s drip irrigation system — creating a sustainable system that balances water management, perennial crops, and annual crops.photo: Jennifer Blair

Maine farmer, seed curator forms new grass-roots group

After a rift in the community of seed-savers, Will Bonsall takes matters into his own [...]

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No dirt about It: Aquaponics takes urban farming underwater

What can you do with a philosophy degree? Alex Currier is changing the way Seattle’s [...]

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What Does It Mean to Live From Scratch?

By Sarah Bodley Giovanni Ciarlo is a musician, father, craftsman and educator. Born in Morcone, [...]

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Zimbabwe: Urban Farmers Lament Rainwater Loss

BY MADALITSO MWANDO Bulawayo — Subsistence farmers in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second city, have been watching [...]

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India’s forest man

Lauded for growing an entire forest over thirty years, Jadav Payeng shows the way forward [...]

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Seeds of Permaculture – Tropical Permaculture

An interactive film about permaculture in the tropics. With education and inspiration as the main [...]

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