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Addressing Global Problems with Permaculture

All Nitrogen Fixers Are Not Created Equal

User–Generated Food Forest Resource is Online

Intermediate Edible Forest Garden Design Workshop near Philadelphia September 7-9, 2012

Cuba Mass-Planting Moringa and Mulberry

Higher Order Taxonomy: Nature’s Filing System

Insights into Nitrogen Fixation from Higher-Order Taxonomy

Maximizing Omega-Level Diversity

Cucurbitales Features Nitrogen Fixing Family!

Nitrogen fixing podocarpus with Rhizobia partner!

Forest garden fun at Green Light Plants

The All-Native Ethnobotanical Rainwater-Harvesting Food Forest

Designing Edible Food Forests Course – Occidental, California

Considerations in Designing a Commercial Food Forest

Integrating Livestock in the Food Forest

Edible Plants of Central America

Financial Permaculture Course – Save $80 on Registration

Financial Permaculture podcast

Paradise Lot: Two Plant Geeks, One Tenth of an Acre, and the Making of an Edible Garden Oasis in the City

A Global Inventory of Perennial Vegetables

Paradise Lot gets huge spread in the New York Times!

Ecosystem Mimicry in Subtropical Florida

Upcoming Courses

To save the planet we may need to turn it into an edible paradise… help me write the book that explains how and why.

Coppiced Nitrogen-Fixing Firewood Species of the World

Resources for Gardening with Edible Native Plants of the Eastern Deciduous Forest of North America

Perennial Egusi – A Staple Seed for the Arid Tropics

Siberian Pea Shrub – a Potential Perennial Bean for Cold and Arid Regions

Industrial Starch and Bioplastic from Non-Destructively Harvested Perennials

Carbon-Sequestering Perennial Industrial Crops

Perennial Cereal Grains: A Promise Requiring Patience and Prioritization

Legume Trees with Pods Edible by Livestock

Staple Fruits of the World

Paradise Lot review in HortIdeas

Perennial Vegetables DVD review in Permaculture Activist

fall workshop series

species resources for south Florida

Upcoming Events 2014

subtropical species resources


Spring: Season of Perennial Vegetables in the Cold-Climate Garden

Agroforestry Support Species for Cold Climates

Forest Gardens and Commercial Food Forestry Workshop – Vermont June/July 2014

Useful Plants from Robert Nold’s “High and Dry”

Summer Berries in a Humid Cold Temperate Climate

Fukuoka’s Food Forest

intensive silvopasture – a win-win for carbon and yield

Images needed for Carbon Farming Book

Tropical Perennial Staple Crop Resources

Carbon Farming Practices

Upcoming workshops 2015-2016

Check out my recent interview on IT’S ALL ABOUT FOOD podcast with Caryn Hartglass

Free Climate Change and Silvopasture Webinar

Silvopasture & Climate Change Webinar now up!

#carbonfarming article in New York Times