Monthly Archives: July 2015

Rain Barrels: Where Does All Your Water Go?

Hello garden community! Did you know, the average rainfall in the United States is about 15-25 inches per state a year. That’s a lot of rain! Now, let’s think. Some of that rain gets absorbed into the ground while some … Continue reading

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A Few Square Feet of Fathomless Beauty

If you’ve read any of my posts before, you’re sure to be aware that I always take the road of enjoying the little things. Of recognizing the joy and beauty in every little moment, and as sustainably growing food is … Continue reading

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Permaculture and Sustainability: #2, Breakin’ Down

Using resources that are free and abundant makes sense not only for the health of the earth but also for your wallet. That why this opportunistic use is in an important aspect permaculture and sustainability in agriculture. We try to … Continue reading

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Permaculture and Sustainability in the Garden: #1, Keyholes and Lasagna

Albright Sustainable Garden this, Albright Sustainable Garden that. You’ve heard it, we’ve said it, but looking back I realize we have yet to tell all you faithful readers what features in fact make the Albright Garden sustainable. As much as … Continue reading

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The Three Sisters: Effective Gardening

Hello garden community! It’s Emily here again. We recently had a community plot that was never assigned to a community member, so Ellen, Aly, and I decided to make use of it. We wanted to utilize the space we had … Continue reading

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