July 10, 2013 at 5:02 pm #6070
At this point am about halfway through, not that this is something to “get through”, the third section Soil, Climate. and Plants, and the first books have come in the mail. Not keeping track of the titles i have ordered it is like christmas opening brown packages and finding the treasures inside. In the mail today i found
Perennial Vegetables by Eric Toensmeir https://www.perennialvegetables.org/about/
Solviva by Anna Edey https://www.solviva.com/
Already having One Straw Revolution https://www.onestrawrevolution.net/
and Gaia’s Garden https://www.patternliteracy.com/
they won’t be coming in the mail.
The real point here is that if we all post the books we have or are getting as a result of our studies then things grow. Is there a list somewhere in a wiki that we can peruse and add to.
Another book i find very useful is
Energy and Form: Ecological Approach to Urban Growth by Ralph L. KnowlesJuly 10, 2013 at 7:03 pm #6071
Look in these forums for the Booklist Thread, the place to add any relevant books you hear about in the videos or that may follow on in train of thought or discussion. Just check which ones are already there so we do not keep adding the same titles like a dog trying to bite its own tail.
The Edible Forest Garden by Jacke and Toenmeir begins with some fine discussion of the goals of “forest” gardening and contains a wonderful “what if” scenario of “50 years from now” when most people in the suburbs have foodscaped their yards and things are looking much better. The authors do admit that it is anybody’s guess how much food could really be produced in such lots as there are not enough mature gardens yet to gather hard evidence. As the First Nations’ forest gardening in New Hampshire was said to only produce enough food for 100,000 people to live off, this points to the use of appropriate techology and use of the knowledge we have already obtained to adapt to the present and future needs of an increasingly populated world, not by interfering with nature, but by using its teachings to regenerate disturbed land with new managed ecosystems.July 21, 2013 at 1:11 pm #6189
Hi everyone I share with all you this bibliography I hope you enjoy. just the second one is a pretty complete link in spanish.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNYFlcV9R1w#at=12 Garbage warrior.July 21, 2013 at 1:12 pm #6190
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNYFlcV9R1w#at=12 Garbage warrior.
Hi I share with everybody this links, I hope you read in spanish too and enjoy the links.August 6, 2013 at 9:06 pm #6306
Book list thread – https://www.permaculturedesigntraining.com/topic/booklist-thread
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