What are you growing?
hazelnut, mountain ash, blueberry, linden, alder, apple, seabuckthorn, hazelnut, apricot, raspberries, beets, carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, squash, zucchini, potatoes, beans, peas, kale, chard...
As we our culture continues to accept the inevitable shifting of paradigms, terms like diversity, cooperation, restoration, regenerative, synergy, symbiosis, and actual sustainability come to our collective minds.
Unusual plants or trees in your garden?
We use Permaculture and EcoForestry principles and welcome Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) from the local First Nations. We are regenerating and restoring the forest understory, edges and meadows to preserve top-soil integrity, maximize moisture holding capacity, and increase the fungal matrix while growing foods, medicines and building materials.