WildGuernsey

Category: permaculture


‘Friends of WildGuernsey’ Solstice Gathering

The invite (https://wildguernsey.wordpress.com/about-us/friends-of-wildguernsey/) read “A fire to gather around and to encourage the sun to shine on the crops after its zenith.  Celebrated at a slack time between sowing and haymaking, not that we are making hay, but a great…

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Seaweed for the soil, skin and soul.

Thanks to my Dad,  seaweed now dresses the ground and plants in our greenhouse.  He has spent his retired days with fork in hand, turning the ground and barrowing in fresh seaweed.  Community Services with the Probation Project have also helped…

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Barefoot beekeeping

‘The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams’ , Henry David Thoreau.  Something I read this morning from an inspiring book called ‘The Barefoot Beekeeper’ http://www.biobees.com , a book I have wanted to absorb for awhile.  Finally beekeeping…

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