Well when I am back stateside i don’t garden so much, more of a forester. This article is the main thing I have been up to and planning next steps for in Northern Kentucky. Its a 40 acre forest garden, but native broad acre forestry-style. My paw paw patches are so thick i am cutting some down to declutter the canopy as they are spreading through rhizomes. More fruit for the raccoons and us!
Written by Doug Crouch Having this gem of a property in the family for now 34 years is such a wonderful gift of karma that its hard to express the magnitude of my gratitude. My grandparents stewarded the land and business for 30 years and so much honor goes to that part of my now […]
The patterns chapter is coming to a close in TreeYo EDU with just one more article after this one but this article starts to wrap it all up with a few more patterns we see in Nature. It does cover our own personal journeys in life as pattern application also involves the people care side […]
Written By Doug Crouch, Temporary Resident of Portugal While the blame for such a tragic wildfire is swirling intensely already, I first express my condolences to those who lost so much. Life, property, livelihoods, tradition, memories, and so much more. For the ecosystem its tragic as well. The long story of how we got to […]
To conclude Chapter 1, finally, of my online book, TreeYo EDU, I give you the State of the World article. Fitting timing after yesterday. Its a part that every Permaculture Design Course has in it and i offer a patterned based approach to the perspective. Its a pretty fun read i have to say and […]
There is something big happening in southern Europe that is not getting enough air time and I believe it requires our attention. Check out my presentation on desertification at Danyadara to find out more. Just add your email and you get a link the talk I did on the topic. Thanks to the folks at […]