April 24, 2008
My friend Winnie has long raved about the quality of this group's members and events. So, this spring, I finally got out of the garden and joined.
Learning more about forest gardening and other ways I can use my nontraditional yard and garden spaces (hilly, not-so-easy-to-access, but loaded with old fruit trees and blackberries) to grow food for my family and our wild neighbors.
I am a long-time gardener who's brand new to permaculture. But I am so excited about the possibility of growing food and even building in a way that is low-maintenance, ecologically efficient, and beautiful, naturally, that I can hardly stop evangeli