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Vegetariat · 2W ago

Projects for the New Year

Take on one project this year that will help improve the earth. Just one. If you can manag...
Vegetariat · 1M ago

A Garden Coop

  If you want chickens and vegetables, and have predators and opportunists trying to eat w...
Vegetariat · 3M ago

Inspiring Successful Earth-saving Projects

We can help the planet re-vegetate and reverse climate change. Here are three large projects that have had success and one which is still in the making because it is so vast. Watch these and...
Vegetariat · 3M ago

The Ethics of Permaculture, and Getting Through Disastrous Times

The three main ethics of permaculture, according to the late Bill Mollison who wrote the Permaculture Design Manual, are 1. Care for the Earth, 2. Care for People 3. Return of Surplus. These...
Vegetariat · 4M ago

Repurposing At Its Best: The Bar-Be-Rolla

When your garden carts just won’t do the job: Introducing the Bar-Be-Rolla. Its a lightweight wheeled cart that can hold liquids or solids, piles of wood, scraps of urbanite, mulch, wet mud...
Vegetariat · 5M ago

Tomatoes

Guess what we picked today? I’ve just finished freezing the large ones to make into tomato...
Vegetariat · 6M ago

Growing Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes (Ipomoea batatas) were never one of my favorite foods… until I grew and ate...
Vegetariat · 6M ago

M’s Turk-ish Eggplant Stew

Miranda here, posting a recipe by request.   So here’s the deal. Eggplants are creepy. Don’t get me wrong, I think they is one fine looking piece of … fruit? vegetable? alien pod? whatever. And so much variety in shape, size, Continue reading…
Vegetariat · 7M ago

Shade

In drylands there is a noticeable lack of trees. This situation is kind of a Catch-22. The hotter and drier it is, the less water there is in the ground to provide for plants that can attai...
Vegetariat · 8M ago

Mallards in May

Every year our two wild mallards linger in our chemical-free pond.  They mate, Mrs. Mallar...