Alaska's Permaculture Community
This evening we pulled a Red Express cabbage out of our root cellar after over 7 months of storage. The head is tight and crispy...and...it tastes great! Red Express is going to be a storage staple for us. It is an heirloom variety available from Sustainable Seed Company.…Continue
Hi, I am an architect and LEED and Permaculture certified. Currently I am working with clients to create a circular "natural" home (post and beam structure with clay-fiber walls) in Eagle River. Lasse Holmes from Homer is our adviser. I encourage all my clients to make their homes as close to net-zero as possible and to employ permaculture principles.
On my own property, I am doing home-scale permaculture by adding sheet mulch gardens. I incorporate sacred geometry because I am…Continue
Posted by Valanne Glooschenko on April 21, 2013 at 12:12pm
Anybody that is interested in making their own self watering container garden is welcome to download FREE DIY instructions at alaskagrowbuckets.com You can usually find cheap or scrounge free materials to build your own system. I have been using this for several years in my backyard greenhouse and I am always open to suggestions for improvements. The system is gravity fed and uses no power - so is perfect for remote locations in Alaska. And you…Continue
Posted by Jim Lister on April 11, 2013 at 5:30pm