Tag: Permaculture

New Class: Mycology Mushroom Inoculation April 18th

The next day course April 18th will be a fun one and continue our mushroom mission and collaboration with maestro Romain Picasso.  Learn the basics of mycology and mushroom inoculation both theoretically and out in the field.  Learn from our trials and errors and… Continue Reading “New Class: Mycology Mushroom Inoculation April 18th”

Fall Fecundity: TreeYo Project Update

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/

Terra Alta Food Forest Update: A Vlog from my old home: Sintra, Portugal

It was a true joy to see it again. Years and years of effort to rehabilitate what once was just an abandoned track of land. The stacking in space and time, the building of resources to enhance succession, the diversity, it is all there… Continue Reading “Terra Alta Food Forest Update: A Vlog from my old home: Sintra, Portugal”

Make Trees Great Again: A series in Making America (or the whole world) Great Again

Written by Doug Crouch Trees have so incredibly much inherent value, both intrinsically and materially. Society, in the large part, began to focus solely only them for their material value, especially those in positions of power. However, there is a growing trend of those recognizing… Continue Reading “Make Trees Great Again: A series in Making America (or the whole world) Great Again”

Make Soil Great Again: A series in Making America (or the whole world) Great Again

Ok liberals, Let’s Stop complaining!! Lets instead take Donnies message to heart. Face it, America, also better known in the world as the states, is not great. It’s a war mongering, disease ridden, drug plagued, feudal lordship, colonialist mentality, grossly polluted, shallow society full… Continue Reading “Make Soil Great Again: A series in Making America (or the whole world) Great Again”

Project Update: Winter Workings: Treasure Lake, Petersburg, Kentucky, USA

Well for market gardeners, its the time to rest, winter (at least physically).  For me, being a manager of a 40 acre (16 Ha) native food forest and steward of the total 60 acres (24 HA), its the time to work here at Treasure… Continue Reading “Project Update: Winter Workings: Treasure Lake, Petersburg, Kentucky, USA”

Rainy Season Ending Final Push: Suryalila Retreat Center project Update: Southern Spain

When I showed up again at Suryalila on April 20th, 2017 I had just finished a one month stint of being on the road in Portugal and felt refreshed to be back there in Southern Andulusia.  To my surprise the landscape had already taken… Continue Reading “Rainy Season Ending Final Push: Suryalila Retreat Center project Update: Southern Spain”

On the Road: Fair Share Consulting/ Implementation with Past students/ Past Projects

check in on past students and projects and being open to the future After finishing the two week PDC at Suryalila Retreat Center in Andalusia spain and then a weeks worth of implementation work, I headed off for a short break to Grenada to… Continue Reading “On the Road: Fair Share Consulting/ Implementation with Past students/ Past Projects”

Treasure Lake/ Forest Blog: 16+ years of on and off management

After 16 years you notice the change.  Yes 16 plus years of on and off management of the forest at my families land, better known inside our circle as the lake, and outwardly as Treasure Lake.  My family has owned the property since late… Continue Reading “Treasure Lake/ Forest Blog: 16+ years of on and off management”

Project Update: Suryalila, South Spain, Reforestation Beginnings

One of the most striking things I took from Brad Lancaster’s book and workshop, was a quote from Mr. Phiri, the Zimbabwean land regenerator he sites in his intro.  My Phiri said, “You got to plant the water before you plants the trees.”  This… Continue Reading “Project Update: Suryalila, South Spain, Reforestation Beginnings”