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Applying Permaculture Principles in a Home Garden Setting

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  • Helen

    How do we translate Permaculture Principles into the scale of the urban home garden farm? I've included ideas learned from the Just Food organization's Grow More Vegetables class as well as from books, online resources, fellow garden farmers, and of course our local Permaculture instructors. This heart shaped keyhole bed is in Claudia Joseph's Farm Garden at the Old Stone House. Permaculture design elements seen here in addition to the Keyhole include Companion Planting, Stacking functions, Layering, and Plant Guilds. See Claudia's website for more info:

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