Category Archives: permaculture

Land Lovers Nature Day Camp

Experiential nature based summer camp for children.View full post »

Permaculture Principles

Reworking the Permaculture Principles Permaculture is a design strategy for creating regenerative culture in all ofView full post »

Rain catchment

Rain catchment Thinking about how we use water  in our landscapes goes along way towards regenerating them. I wanted toView full post »

Cob building workshop north carolina

cob workshop north carolina We have shamefully neglected our precious blog over the past few weeks. The truth is weView full post »

Wild Plant Walks, Columbia SC

Wild Plant Walks, Columbia SC Many of you have been curious as to when we would announce the wild plant walk scheduleView full post »

Why Permaculture?

Why permaculture? What relevance does it have for our community? How can it benefit us as a whole? What exactly isView full post »

South Carolina Permaculture

This March, with our inspiring colleagues, Nick Tittle and Mari Stuart, Matt and I are changing the landscape of SouthView full post »

Free Spirit

Some of us come of age with a sense that we’re maladjusted. We can’t seem to settle into the way things areView full post »

permaculture meets organic gardening columbia sc

organic gardening columbia sc For me, organic gardening is about much more than growing and eating healthy food.View full post »

urban edible- bullbrier

The beloved Bullbrier…What would you think if I told you there was more than likely something akin to freeView full post »

american plum jam

We’re blessed with so many plums…too many plums…a great problem to have! Ten years ago a friend whoView full post »

permaculture ramblings

When I was introduced to permaculture,  it was like meeting a soul mate. Permaculture- After years of foraging andView full post »

living sustainably

Living Sustainably. Sometimes when trying to describe what we do, how we live or what our children do all day toView full post »

food for thought

from the garden… pomegranate flower blueberries pineapple guava flowers nanking cherry    View full post »