What are your favorite resources for forest gardening?
Partner to R ('03); Parent to T ('07), A ('10), and E ('13)
darn! I saw this thread and was curious... I just moved to a cottage on a farm in Wayne Nat'l Forest. I have several acres and want to have a HUGE garden.... I already have chicken, but am new to gardening
me, dd1, dd2, ds, and #4 due March 1. dbf has 2 of his own, so it will be an adventure!
i like making things.
I don't know about "favorite", but the videos that come up when you google:
Looks like a lot of good info there, if I can have a few minutes to sit down and do something relelvant, not frivolous.
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