Living Wind // Field Notes
Sunset, South Carolina
Utilizing permaculture principles...
Soap and water for to keep it clean…
I love this time of year. Growing, scissoring and selling micogreens and “petite” greens weekly.
Spring has sprung!
It’s that time of the year again. Starting and caring for spring seedlings. I picked up a Valley Tool broadfork which has become a real asset. Far easier than a roto-tiller and just as effective with the ultimate goal being water infiltration, unlocking nutrients, and air/oxygen availability. Microgreens have been *the* market item until my spring succession has grown to maturity.
I’ve been busy trying to close on a contract, starting early season things and preparing some of the beds some months out with a nice compost.
Here’s a feature on community gardens and efforts to encourage inner-city participation.
Spring is around the corner. Here’s some ideas on how-to arrange your materials/garden/farm/land.
A recent visit with Joseph Holzer @ Krameterhof, Austria
We are the Lexicon of Sustainability. We are a multi-platform project that just last month was awarded the Food, Inc’s Non-profit Award! Our project is based on a simple premise: people can’t be expected to live more sustainable lives if they don’t know the most basic terms and principles that define sustainability.
Food forest suburbs, Davis California
Sturgill Simpson - Medicine Springs
We had a really hearty thanksgiving. Turkey didn’t finish in the oven, so I threw ‘er on the grill, haha.
Do y’all like these diddies I put together?
Just a little micro-green setup for winter growing
Gals from my neck o’ the woods