Moringa (Moringa olifera) has made a sweeping movement across the island of Hispaniola through its recognizable market entrance and nutrition improvement crop for those who are subsisting. The plant is super multi-functional, grows in tough climates including drought. Bees abound in its fragrant flowers while the resulting beans inside it’s oddly shaped bean pods have a great cleansing effect when ground and added to dirty, pathogen ridden water. This gives so many more people on planet earth water and food security. After all its a super food that grows on a tree that you can cut again and again. Great permaculture all-star plant!!!!!!
Our economy is riddled with flaws. In this new article of mine, I present the basis of the argument against it, an ethical approach to economy. Its part of my chapter 14 solutions from my online book, which indeed embodies the article itself, Fair Share Economics. Do you still share like your parents taught you […]
Transition, the word that defines 2017 for me probably most accurately. After having a great start to the year in Spain and Portugal doing positive work at reforestation, teaching and consulting/design, it ends in the states focused on a familiar project: Treasure Lake. Each year over the last 12 years of the travel Permaculture lifestyle […]
My media outlet, TreeYo EDU, is releasing an apropos article for this time of the year. What will your consumption patterns do to the planet and people at this time of the year? How can you also become a producer. In essence what is the story behind the purchases, supporting local living economies and eco-entrepreneurs […]
December 20th at Fab Ferments Tap Room, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/140559130052118/ This presentation will focus on looking at the world holistically and a path forward to ensure thrivable future conditions. It draws on the presenters extensive experience in ecological systems management and permaculture design. For 16 years Doug has been active in these movements across […]