Ep. 4-17: Urban Commercial Composting in San Antonio | Kate Jaceldo with Compost Queens

View this post on Instagram Buckets of food waste = buckets of potential. These scraps could be going to the landfill to turn into methane, but instead they are going to local farmers to build more sustainable food systems. It’s kind of a no-brainer! What are you waiting for? We’ll bring the buckets to you […]

Ep. 4-14: Urban Flower Farming & Regenerative Agriculture | Cassiopeia Farm

View this post on Instagram We are in full prep mode over here getting ready for our first market tomorrow! I don’t think I’m gonna sleep a wink tonight! SFC Downtown Market, Saturday 3/9 from 9-1 We will have ranunculus, lots of poppies, mixed bouquets, mason jar arrangements and COMPOST TEA! Can’t wait to meet […]

Ep. 4-12: Edible Abundance in the North Country | Meg Cowden

View this post on Instagram Textures. I love the textures of a well-planted veggie patch and how the leaf structures and colors create pockets of edible artwork that become as beloved and necessary as visual nourishment as they are actual nutrition. I tend to plant in blocks, usually in a minimum of a 4’x4’ square; […]

Ep. 4-8: Cultivating Resilient Garden Design in Central Texas | Michael Wolfert & Symbiosis Regenerative Systems

View this post on Instagram This is a swale and berm system we set up to deter water away from the house. Swales and berms are great for under ground aquifers, as low maintence gardens, and are ideal for planted trees! #permacultureatx #atx #austintx #hillcountry #offgrid #greenliving #symbiosistx #permaculture #swales #berms A post shared by […]

Ep. 4-4: Permaculture, Natural History, & the Urban Garden | Katelyn Reeves

View this post on Instagram Prepping my ethnobotany presentation today for the Native Arts Day event. It's hosted by the Rio Brazos Master Naturalist this coming Saturday at Big bear Museum in Cleburne. Trying to pick which native plants would be most interesting but also most significant to the tribes who lived here for ages […]

Ep. 3-16: Permaculture in Texas | Talking Tree Farm: Sylvain & Sarah Clavieres

Last June my husband, son, and I went for a weekend trip to San Antonio. Our last stop before we left town was the Pearl Farmers Market on the north end of the River Walk. A coworker of mine had raved about the Pearl Farmers Market for several years and while we had been able […]

Ep. 3-5: Humane Gardening | Nancy Lawson

My first bookstore event tonight was so much fun! Thanks to @curiousiguana and the Frederick Master Naturalists for hosting! A post shared by Nancy Lawson (@humanegardener) on May 3, 2017 at 8:21pm PDT Are you interested in taking your garden to the next level? To branch out, learn a little more about how to take […]

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