Some great photos from our planting this past weekend.
If you have 25 minutes, check out this awesome interview with David Holmgren, co-founder of Permaculture on his view of the future.
Holmgren argues, given no discoveries of new cheap energy, each generation will live with less and less available energy. This is in sharp contrast to the energy ascent of the last 500 years with the discoveries of coal, oil, and natural gas. He does not believe that the presently pervasive idea of sustainability, in the sense that we can use new efficient technology to upkeep our current lifestyles, is probable.
Solar Electric Workshop
Building Small Scale
Off-grid (Photovoltaic) Systems
Are you interested in learning how to grow greens and veggies through the winter and getting a jump on things in the cool days of early spring? Come out to The Stone House. We're building a Hoop House!!
Facilitated by Tahz Walker and Cristina Rivera Chapman
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8th 10:30-4:00
Dear Neighbors -
The average American family discards tons of kitchen waste that is rapidly filling our nations landfills. Unlike plastic bottles, disposable diapers, and other synthetic materials, this organic matter will gradually decompose. Wouldn’t it put to better use in your garden?
Most of us are thinking of ways to minimize waste and, more importantly, do our part in helping the environment. An economical and ecologically sound solution is to turn your families scraps into compost.