Rain Roofs for Water Collection

These roofs are perfect for arid land restoration/ homesteads in dry areas. Most people collect roofwater off of their house and other structures, which is often adequate. But in desert areas you may need a much larger roof to collect … Continue reading →

Forest Garden Shelterbelts: Investment Strategy for Restoring Degraded Land

Tree shelterbelts are commonly grown throughout the world for windbreaks, privacy, livestock protection, soil management, wildlife conservation, etc. What is not so common is growing food producing shelterbelts for investment purposes. … Continue reading →

Natural Building Workshops at Quail Springs Permaculture

“When I started this building my intention was to make the building process fun. I invited 5 friends to come work with me for a month, and we got the basic framework up, and we did indeed have a lot … Continue reading →

The Winter Harvest with Eliot Coleman

“This is Eliot Coleman’s presentation at the Asheville Mother Earth News Fair in April of 2016. Eliot is a celebrated farming expert encouraging people and communities to choose locally grown organic food. He helped pioneer the movement with his first … Continue reading →