This is low input, year round No Dig gardening that provides your kitchen with delicious fresh food, whilst not breaking your back. Written by an.
Permaculture Guide to Reed Beds: Designing, Building and Planting Your Treatment Wetland System by Féidhlim Harty
Permaculture Guide to Reed Beds is a comprehensive overview of reed bed systems and treatment wetlands for household effluent treatment. Going from system selection and.
Maddy Harland was born and grew up in London in the Sixties, the youngest of four and the only girl. Her brothers taught her the Blues,.
“Essential reading … signposts to sustain an activist’s heart … ” Rob Hopkins, co-founder of Transition Network “Maddy’s voice of courage is a clarion call.
Stephanie Hafferty is an organic no dig kitchen gardener, writer and chef, specialising in seasonal plant based food. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge.
Tomas Remiarz has been involved in creating and maintaining forest gardens across the UK and Europe for nearly 20 years. He is currently involved in.
Charles is a pioneer of organic and no dig growing since 1983, creating and cropping four market gardens, the largest of seven acres. He has.
Resilience, Community Action & Societal Transformation: People, Place, Practice, Power, Politics & Possibility in Transition by Dr. Thomas Henfrey, Gesa Maschkowski and Dr. Gil Penha-Lopes
Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation is a unique collection bridging research, theory and practical action to create more resilient societies. It includes accounts from.
No Dig Organic Home & Garden: Grow, Cook, Use & Store Your Harvest by Charles Dowding & Stephanie Hafferty
No dig organic gardening saves time and work. It requires an annual dressing of compost to help accelerate the improvement in soil structure and leads.
Forest Gardening In Practice: An Illustrated Practical Guide for Homes, Communities & Enterprises by Tomas Remiarz
A forest garden is a place where nature and people meet halfway, between the canopy of trees and the soil underfoot. It doesn’t have to look.