Developed in 1970s, the square foot gardening method is fast becoming popular in the city. Pooja Mahesh talks to enthusiasts who are looking to spread this trend among more homeowners.
Source: Being square in a green way
1. Potato Patches (1890-1930) 2. City Beautiful Movement (1890-1910) 3. World War I: Liberty Gardens (1917-1919) 4. Depression relief gardens (1930-1938) 5. World War II: Victory Gardens (1940-19…
Source: 3. First World War Liberty Gardens: 1917-1919 | Sprouts in the Sidewalk
1919 Book by the War Garden Commission on the history and incredible success of the World War I War Garden campaign. Chapter II – The Story of the War Gardens
Source: The War Garden Victorious (War Gardens turned Victory Gardens) – 1919 Chapter 2
Known as Edible Forest Gardens, Food Forests, or Forest Gardens, these systems have a lot to offer those who understand their potential!
Source: Permaculture Basics: Edible Forest Gardens | Temperate Climate Permaculture
Permaculture is a practical method of developing ecologically harmonious, efficient and productive systems that can be used by anyone, anywhere.
Source: What is Permaculture? – Permaculture Magazine
The Soil Story is a snapshot look into the power of healthy soil to eat up carbon and get our climate back into balance. Produced by Kiss the Ground.
Source: The Soil Story – Permaculture Magazine
Award-winning Author Eric Toensmeier explains how to turn your yard or orchard into a permaculture garden. It doesn’t have to be difficult. Get started today with these five easy steps.
Source: Turn your yard or orchard into a permaculture garden