What was, isn’t what always remains. Evolution is a feedback process that allows for expansion and growth. Roots continue to grow for me here in Northern Kentucky and this blog shares a bit of that and what is coming. Enjoy!
Here is my seasonal blog, detailing the last three months and what is to come. From harvests to murmuration to our current tree planting mission, be sure to check out this one out please. https://treeyopermacultureedu.com/2019/11/12/fall-fecundity-treeyo-project-update/
Society has a problem, moving ourselves and materials, including moving the soil and processing goods, around at a great fossil fuel usage rate. How will we solve such problems? Solutions are there with appropriate technology and pattern application of permaculture design. https://treeyopermacultureedu.com/appropriate-technology/transportation-animal-power/
Bringing animals into the systems requires a reduction of industrial feed inputs all the while pumping outputs within the system for animals to feed from. A long tradition, a creative complexity, and a boon to the animals. #permaculture #holisticmanagement #regenerativefarming https://treeyopermacultureedu.com/animal-systems/fodder-crops-for-animals/
Billions of people don’t have the luxury of turning a nob to cook and our luxury to do so is quite taxing on the environment. Our daily nourishments and cravings require quite an energy input for cooking. Remember that as you read please! My…
Universal law: nature works with diversity to produce functional interconnections to facilitate flows of energy. Shall we not embrace natures teachings to lead us in these times? How can we form guilds in community? https://treeyopermacultureedu.com/chapter-2-3-or-the-11-design-principles-from-the-intro-book/diversity-guilds/