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!!!!!!
Hurricanes and such storms are forms of disturbance in ecological terms. Disturbance sets succession back and creates new forms of habitat. They change coastlines, they knock down forests, the trees turn to soil when natural systems are at play. New coastlines become inhabited by varying creatures and plants as systems of ecology are not static, […]
Upcoming Events for 2017: September 30th- Treasure Fest– one day celebrating the fall season with bluegrass, pickin music, and reggae along with local foods and an ecology walk. I will be giving my ecology walk as one of the things going on at this fall festival at @Treasure Lake in Petersburg, Kentucky. Great lineup of […]