How to Identify and Treat Herbicide Contamination – Deep Green Permaculture

How to Identify and Treat Herbicide Contamination of Commercial Soil, Compost and Manure. Shared post from Deep Green Permaculture.

Over the last decade, there have been increasing reports from gardeners that their vegetables and flowers have been damaged or killed after adding manure or compost to their gardens, or when they’ve planted into new soil they had delivered. In fact, the problems of contaminated composts adversely affecting horticultural crops first surfaced in 1999. […]

How to Identify and Treat Herbicide Contamination of Commercial Soil, Compost and Manure — Deep Green Permaculture

10 Tips For A Zero-Waste Life — existential ergonomics

Are you pursuing a zero-waste life? Is this the first you’ve heard of it? The low waste and zero waste movement is having a huge moment right now. Consider learning more. Start with this list of beginner-friendly tips. Take or leave the pieces that work for you. Maybe just give some thought to the time and effort getting rid of junk mail and packaging you have to get rid of every day and week.

My zero-waste journey began as a broke college kids with an allergy to the one-time-use plastic in grocery store bags and very few possessions, over a decade before the idea of sustainability even became popular. The developed world is filled with stuff, often more stuff than we really need. In my mind, zero-waste comes down […]

10 Tips For A Zero-Waste Life — existential ergonomics

Oregon Permaculture Garden — EWSP Consultancy

Check out this Oregon permaculture garden in an accessible, illustrated case study.

The primary goals for this permaculture design were to create a plan that would allow the residents of this historic property in coastal Oregon to grow food and other resources for themselves and guests that they will welcome onto the site in a sustainable way. The goal was also to create a garden that could […]

Case Study: Oregon Permaculture Garden — EWSP Consultancy