Links

Habitate   ‘verb. to live in an abundant, beautiful and ecologically sound landscape.’ Jason Ross’ edible landscape design & installation and heritage fruit nursery.

Richard Perkins on Youtube   Director of Ridgedale Farm in Sweden. Author of ‘Making Small Farms Work’.

Charles Dowding on Youtube   If you want to grow lots of vegetables, forest gardening isn’t necessarily the best way to go about it. No till gardening is best practice for minimising weeds and maintaining soil health. Charles Dowding has amazing resources for both new and experienced growers.

NZ Tree Crops Association   New Zealand Tree Crops Association. Great information and links plus a quarterly magazine for members.

The Agroforestry Research Trust   An English based non-profit researching temperate agroforestry, plant cropping and uses, with a focus on tree, shrub and perennial crops.

Small Farm Future   ‘Making the case for a small farm renaissance’. Great essays and musings on agriculture/horticulture with a refreshingly healthy scepticism of the more doctrinaire elements within permaculture.

Plants for a Future   Database of approximately 7000 edible and otherwise useful plants.

Permaculture in NZ   Serves ‘to act as a national hub in promoting and empowering permaculture education, activism and advocacy in Aotearoa NZ.’

Perennial Solutions   Website of Eric Toensmeier, author of ‘The Carbon Farming Solution’, ‘a global toolkit of perennial crops and regenerative agriculture practices for climate change mitigation and food security’. Also check out the documentation of his home garden

 

 

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