Permaculture Strategies: Recycle,Reuse & Restore and Technology Transfer

Rural folks know that everything will eventually have a use. Parts and pieces pile up in sheds, barns, fields ~ frustrating the more organized members of each family. In this very short presentation the permaculture strategies of Recycle,Reuse, Restore and Technology Transfer might just clean some of that up and put it to good use. Vertical gardens are all the urban rage. This little project just might serve several strategies: diversification of income (sale of broken pipe), recycle/reuse/restore, technology transfer, wise use of resources, obtain yields in the form of food and soil conservation and restoration. Even the worms win…

Permaculture Strategies: Restore, Conserve Resources & Observe Processes ~ Home Vineyard Cover Crop

Wedge shaped tap roots, rhizobium bacteria in alkaline clay soil, rotational grazing by African Geese, restoring the compacted space of The Refuge’s small experimental vineyard. This short video describes the use of appropriate – custom blended – cover crop. There is genius hiding in the warehouse of the local feed and seed store; just have to drag those kids out into the sun and give them a challenge. Application of several permaculture strategies in Central Wyoming USA ~ the artifact geology of the Western Inland Seaway 100 million years ago…

Garden & Landscape Consults

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Garden & Landscape Consults:  Meeting with clients to experience their gardens, yards, landscape, acreage, ideas and challenges is always a great experience for me. One hour consults generally turn into one and a half hour. Now is the time to walk through the future of your landscape: a place to meditate, a place to play, a place to entertain, flowers, food, organic resources, butterflies / bees / birds. I am available to meet with you Tuesday through Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The fee for a one hour consult is $50.00; one hour consult plus a written brief of our meeting is $75.00. Text or call 307.262.8043; email tarafarmandnursery@gmail.com; or send a message here or from the Facebook page. I am excited to get outside with you and discover spring. Let’s take a walk.