We recently received the following question from someone in our community: I would love to know if permaculture is an appropriated form of Indigenous knowledge. I mean this respectfully. Can anyone speak to this?
We often talk with our client community about how to manage pests, about how these little creatures devour garden veggies, or creep onto paths, or take over a patch of a backyard oasis.
Spring is here! And as warmer temperatures and increased rainfall bring blooms and leaves to life, disease and pests begin to make their debut, too.
Lawns are arguably the most iconic staple of the American residential landscape. They’re also one of its most costly components—in terms of both economic and environmental impact.
As more and more folks turn towards regenerative practices throughout their lifestyle choices, permaculture-based landscape management is finding its way into an increasing number of neighborhoods with homeowners associations (HOAs).