01. Seed Startling
03. DIY Project Sheets
One of the most important and constant activities on a permaculture homestead is to build soil. We use the resources we have. This is a straw bale bed. Very productive and easy to do. Filled with leaves and layered with silty clay soil, bark, rotten straw and compost.
04. Masterminding/Making A Living
07. Courses And Classes
08. Community Tree Orders
09. Edible Landscaping
10. Products, Courses & Workshops
Permaculture Principles And Ethics
Welcome to our world. Although the participants around the world are of many different religions/beliefs/political systems, we all put that aside to care for the earth, its people and really love giving back!
What We Use/Recommend
Coming soon! It’s important. Do you have a course or resource that has made a difference on your farm? We want to know about it!
Please see our Products section for a current list.
“I love visiting Denice and Michael at Elk Meadows Farm. Their gardens are so varied and interesting, their honeybees are so happy, there are always pots and pots of new fruit and nut trees coming along, and I’m always eager to see the latest natural building project. And every year I watch for one of their giant pumpkins at the food co-op. (I grow big squash, but I’m not in their league!)”
Suvia Judd – Sunswept Hills Farm