Category Archives: imPermaculture

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Permaculture is a systems design science predicated upon observation of nature, operating through three core ethics – Earth care, People care, and Planet repair – and a set of principles. I call it impermaculture because, in effect, nature is characterized by impermanence, constant change. I am a student and practitioner of impermaculture on many levels and apply these principles to all of my projects.

HUG Farm on the Institute of Urban Homesteading 2015 Urban Farm Tour

Thanks to everyone who made this event a fantastic success!  The turnout was great, the conversations were really valuable, and we were very grateful to be featured on such a cool event.   Some pictures: Advertisements

HUG Farm on the Institute of Urban Homesteading 2015 Urban Farm Tour

Thanks to everyone who made this event a fantastic success!  The turnout was great, the conversations were really valuable, and we were very grateful to be featured on such a cool event.   Some pictures:

2015 Greenhorns New Farmer Almanac is out!

This book is filled to the brim with vigor, insights, and pictures of vegetables and farm tools.  So many great contributors, and I’m one of them, so do yourself a favor and pick one up at the Greenhorns’ etsy shop!

2015 Greenhorns New Farmer Almanac is out!

This book is filled to the brim with vigor, insights, and pictures of vegetables and farm tools.  So many great contributors, and I’m one of them, so do yourself a favor and pick one up at the Greenhorns’ etsy shop!

Kezar Triangle Art Garden

This spring, my dear friend Sam Bower planted a crop of barley in Golden Gate Park. This humble planting, which recalls the barley used to stabilize the shifting dunes that were to become the park, is the first exhibit in

Kezar Triangle Art Garden

This spring, my dear friend Sam Bower planted a crop of barley in Golden Gate Park. This humble planting, which recalls the barley used to stabilize the shifting dunes that were to become the park, is the first exhibit in

Join us on the 1st Sunday of the month at HUG Farm

Don, Jeff, and Adam Huggins invite you to join us on the first Sunday of the month for pancake breakfasts, back-breaking toil, and togetherness.  Come help us develop our multi-generational friends and family food forest in the suburbs!   Please

Join us on the 1st Sunday of the month at HUG Farm

Don, Jeff, and Adam Huggins invite you to join us on the first Sunday of the month for pancake breakfasts, back-breaking toil, and togetherness.  Come help us develop our multi-generational friends and family food forest in the suburbs!   Please

Tue. March 5 – Deschooling Our Hives: Permaculture & The Purple Thistle Centre

Deschooling our Hives: Permaculture and the Purple Thistle Centre Tuesday, March 5 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm at the Berger Drive Auditorium – – – – – > 1555 Berger Dr. San Jose, CA 95112 Presentation and Discussion, Hosted by the Santa Clara Valley Master

Tue. March 5 – Deschooling Our Hives: Permaculture & The Purple Thistle Centre

Deschooling our Hives: Permaculture and the Purple Thistle Centre Tuesday, March 5 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm at the Berger Drive Auditorium – – – – – > 1555 Berger Dr. San Jose, CA 95112 Presentation and Discussion, Hosted by the Santa Clara Valley Master

Tues. January 22 – Greenhorns Radio Interview

A little while back, I spoke with  Severine von Tscharner Fleming, the director of the Greenhorns, an organization promoting and providing resources for young farmers.   Listen to the episode here!

Tues. January 22 – Greenhorns Radio Interview

A little while back, I spoke with  Severine von Tscharner Fleming, the director of the Greenhorns, an organization promoting and providing resources for young farmers.   Listen to the episode here!

It Depends.

The symphony which nature composes from its detritus is the distillation of eons of death, decay, and fermentation – the doing and undoing of a multitude of bodies across time. In planting these words, I am conscious that each sentence,

It Depends.

The symphony which nature composes from its detritus is the distillation of eons of death, decay, and fermentation – the doing and undoing of a multitude of bodies across time. In planting these words, I am conscious that each sentence,