Tag Archives: Permaculture Design

FOOD FOREST & COMPANION PLANTING IN BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA

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Camille and I spent the first week of April (2016) volunteering at Circle T Farms in Brooksville, Florida–a newly forming 10 acre Permaculture Farm which (among other features) will include a large market garden, education center, and Forest Garden. Since … Continue reading

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SOIL EROSION

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Today at Blue Ridge Napping Institute, Camille, our friend Jess, and I helped Tom open the flood gates on his pond in order to flush out two years worth of sediment. Before we opened the gates, the pond’s dam was … Continue reading

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CROSS-COUNTRY JOURNEY 2016

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A LITTLE ABOUT US: Riley is a Certified Permaculture Designer, Community Organizer, and Licensed Massage Therapist, with a degree in Sustainable Living from Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa. Camille is a Community Organizer and Yoga Instructor, with a … Continue reading

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Placemaking in Progress: Gulfport Community Garden

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In January, 2014 my partner Camille and I launched our first joint Placemaking project:   Redesigning and reviving Gulfport Florida’s Community Garden. The first step of the project was an announcement in the Gulfport Gabber inviting community members to gather and discuss the potentials of a … Continue reading

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COMPANION PLANTING

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Companion planting is the organic gardener’s alternative to pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic fertilizers.  Combing diverse crops of plants that have mutually beneficial relationships, companion planting gives rise to natural conditions which provide habitats for beneficial insects and animals, deter pests, enrich the soil, and increase productivity. Within … Continue reading

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