SEpp 030; Kitchen Garden Harvest, Chicken Coop Completion, Air Quality in a Tight House, and The importance of being at Least Organic

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Managing Production and Life Cycles of your Animals

Sticking to our ultimate goal of self-sufficiency, our long term planning involves finding a way for our livestock to only be fed from the farm (no outside grain source).  While this will not happen over night, we are constantly trying to figure out all the ins and outs of making this a reality in the future. […]



Planting for Pollinators

As discussed in Episode #18 of the Sow Edible permaculture Podcast, this week Stacy was part of a panel for the Pollinator Protection Tour with Toxic Free NC.  The goal is to spread the importance of  pollinators in our food system and provide information on how to make your yard a more pollinator friendly place. […]



How to Transform your Yard into an Edible Landscape- Trees and Fence Lines

Adding edible plants and trees to your yard is fun and easy.  The question most people have is how do I do it?  Where do I start?  Our goal is to help you answer this question.  Since every yard space is different we are breaking this down into a series of blog posts that will […]



How to Transform your Yard into an Edible Landscape

We have heard so many people say that they are ready and willing to transform their yard into an Edible Landscape, but simply just don’t know where to start!  Do any of these sound like you? I would love to grow more food in my yard but… I don’t know where to fit a tree, […]



Hugelkulture; the Pros and Cons

Hugelkulture beds were one of the very first things that was built on the farm.  Ironically, we really never intended to start with them but they have taught us many great lessons in gardening.  The first thing we needed to do when we bought our farm was fix the road, which led to needing fill […]



Permaculture Hero; Tim and Liz Young from Nature’s Harmony Farm

This week’s Permaculture Hero is from Episode 14 of the Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast; Tim and Liz Young from Nature’s Harmony Farm. While I have not yet had the honor of meeting them in person, Tim and Liz Young of Nature’s Harmony Farm hold a very special place in my heart.  Nature’s Harmony Farm had a weekly Podcast […]



Ways we Prevent Tree Damage from Deer

Welcome to Permaculture Resources where we share pictures and videos that we discuss on the Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast.  This weeks update is from Episode 6 where we share ways we prevent tree damage from deer.  Below you will find the recipe we use for Deer Spray AND the pictures for the “Deer Crack Weed” […]



Permaculture Hero: Mark Shepard’s STUN method & Edible Tree List

Welcome to Permaculture Resources.  We want to use this section to share pictures, links, and videos of the Resources we discuss in the Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast.  Todays update is from Episode 2, where we celebrate the amazing work of a Permaculture Hero; Mark Shepard. Mark Shepard has put Permaculture theory into practice on his 106 acre commercial […]



Persimmon Tree

Persimmon, the Keyser Soze of Fruit Trees  Today I found my first Persimmon tree.  I am shocked that I have never seen one or even realized that they existed among the other trees in the forest.  Growing up I can’t say I ever remember hearing the word Persimmon and I had surely never eaten one.  Now […]