•Aug 20, 2021
ok my permies...I took over a 2acre farm in July with Gather and a local lady who wants to learn with me. The farm hadn't been worked since spring planting, but has irrigation so the weeds are crazy and we've been struggling to make ground ever since. I'm looking for some bodies to help with weed wacking, harvesting/processing greens, etc. In return I can give you a portion of what we harvest that day. I can also probably work out a signature for volunteer hours for kids in school through Gather or barter my work in design/embroidery/ laser cut designs, etc. I have all the tools we need. located in rye, right off Rt1.
•Jun 22, 2021
HELP!!! My old Ancona drake and my last old Salmon Faverolle hen are about to become HOMELESS! If you can provide them with a good home for the rest of their lives, I'm willing to give you a large, 4'x8' fiberglass coop. It comes with support posts, tires & a pull handle. I will also provide a 10' run for the chicken, a dog crate for the duck, and, if desired, another dog crate to put the hen in, if you want to put your birds in the coop right away. I don't think she would do well joining a new flock. The duck also has a basin for bathing. If you can help, please leave a message for me at 603.389.9828
•Jun 21, 2021
HiVeggie starts for sale.Call 603 491 4203 or email email@example.com if interested ThanksJimVeggies:Kale, LacinatoKale, Red RussianTomato, SungoldTomato, Early GirlTomato, Early BoyTomato, Big BoyTomato, Supersweet 100 cherryTomato, JulietTomato, RomaTomato, San MarzanoTomato, Marzaluto
HiWarner River Plants has an assortment of culinary/medicinal herbs and veggie starts for sale.Call 603 491 4203 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested ThanksJimHerbs for sale:White SageBacopaBasil, African BlueGotu KolaKorean Licorice MintLemon BalmTulsi Holy Basil, VanaTulsi Holy Basil, AmritaTulsi Holy Basil, RamaTulsi Holy Basil, TemperateTulsi Holy Basil, KapoorAshwaghandaCalendula, AlphaSteviaSage, Lyre LeafBasil, Italian, Thai, Mrs Burns LemonLemon Grass, Lemon VerbenaThyme, Lemon Variegated or Green, English, FrenchSages, Garden, Purple, Tri-Color, PineappleOregano, Italian, GreekBay Laurel treeRosemaryFrench Tarragon
•Jun 3, 2021
Looking for permies who are serious about looking outside the capitalist/consumer economy.I haven't been active for the past few years for personal reasons, but I am getting ready to put my house on the market. I have a LOT of food bearing plants & flowers that I would like to exchange for labor. Also, a variety of beekeeping supplies, gardening supplies, etc. that I would be willing to let go in exchange for a small amount of work on my yard. I'd love to set up a permaculture work day, but it would have to be for the vaccinated only.If you'd like to be part of making the dissolution of a permie property as positive as possible, please contact me at 603.389.9282Thanks,Karen
•Apr 16, 2021
Hello! My mom and I have ben long time members but due to my relocation to Boston have not been involved for a number of years. That said, my mom will be placing her house in Dover on the market this June(ish). The house has a 25+ mature highbush blueberries, 2 strawberry beds, 3 large mature concord grapes with arbors, some elderberries, 2 arctic kiwi's with arbor, a barn, large compost area, woodshop (in two-car garage), lots of mixed wildflower beds, vegetable beds, herb garden and sits on an acre of land which includes a pine woodlot. I can't speak to price yet but wanted to let folks know here in case somebody was looking to expand or relocate. The house is 3 bedroom, 1.5 baths.
•Apr 11, 2021
Eelgrass, Zostera marina, the rice of the sea? I thought some of you might be interested in this article which describes how grain harvested from this sea plant that is native here may be an amazing new sustainable food for us all. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/apr/09/sea-rice-eelgrass-marine-grain-chef-angel-leon-marsh-climate-crisis
•Apr 9, 2021
If anyone is interested in supporting another permaculture based Kickstarter, Permies has a new one running right now. Follow this link to it to find out if it's one you'd like to help out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/paulwheaton/skip-0?ref=25gbwl
•Apr 6, 2021
Creating Alternatives to Capitalism and the Consumer CultureA two part series of zoom presentations April 14, Wednesday, 9 PM Eastern time April 22, Thursday, 8 PM Eastern timeDetails and links to related presentations - suburbanpermaculture.orgA look at - eco villages, allies and assets in the community; permaculture, transforming suburbia, pushing back on cars, block planning; prioritize time and money; neighborhood associations, youth corps, wisdom of the ancients, building civic culture; economic and political democracy; System Change and the benefits to be gained.Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/89553673085Meeting ID: 895 5367 3085Passcode: 990252
•Mar 23, 2021
Last year I got 2 root stocks and several scions. My grafts didnt take on the root stocks so I decided to try some bark grafts on an old apple tree. I will try to post a picture. I have 3 gala and 3 macoun branches that seem to be doing well. My question is how do I deal with them from here onward. Any help would be appreciated. Even resources.