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Author Archives: Adam
Biofertilizer is one giant solution towards regaining farmer independence from expensive and destructive fertilizer companies. It is essentially all things good for the underfoot, unseen universe of soil and plant life. Better and cheaper for you and your soil food web. Recipe: A … Continue reading
P.A. Yeomans, developed a farm irrigation plan in the 1950′s on his farm Yobarnie, in Australia that he dubbed the Keyline Design. Each site’s unique topography and geography inform the proper Keyline site layout and planning. Yeomans’ big idea: Keep … Continue reading
Water. Slow it. Spread it. Sink it. Save it. We began by building an old school, yet effective bunyip level to make sure our berm spillways were lower than our berm crests. Rock boomerang berms around the sad, thirsty fruit … Continue reading
With all these solutions, where do we begin? Biochar. This foundational time tested technique is essential to have in the old quiver of regenerative soil building techniques. It creates topsoil that grows nutrient dense food, sequesters carbon from the atmosphere … Continue reading
In order to understand the whole of our organization here is a glimpse at the sum of our parts. Our work is an ongoing synthesis of the application of the below innovators, biologist, designers, physicists, farmers, alpinists, and friends. They have moved us to … Continue reading