Perimeter Permaculture Blog

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School’s In

The school busses are rumbling through the neighborhood again. I wish I had spent the time that I wasted in school studying plants or at least learning a useful skill like gardening. The only...

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Revolution of Thought

A long time ago I used to be a cameraman at a television station. When I started, I was hired to change the tapes for the program at AIB, or Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters. The...

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Blue Moon

Blue Moon Nasa just put out a youtube video about the Blue Moon, or when there are two full moons in one month. Two full moons in one month…that doesn’t make any sense. The...

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Expectations

My neighbor came by to look at my “landscaping” project that is in process at the moment. She is a nice older lady and even though we hadn’t met before it seemed like we...

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Who was Ruth Stout?

Mulch Queen’ Ruth Stout claimed to have smashed saloons with Carry Nation in Prohibition-era Kansas and worked au natural in her roadside Connecticut garden, but her labor-saving, soil-improving, permanent garden mulching technique is what...

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Heat!

 The oppressive heat and humidity of summer is really bearing down on us now in full force! The ebb and flow of the cicada’s song is nearly constant now. It’s very uncomfortable for people but...

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Chop and drop

One of the simplest things that you can do to help increase the fertility on your site is “chop-and-drop”.  The premise is simple, when you prune anything, simply lay that cutting on the ground...