Domains Life Love Permaculture   Google Search Images - Domains like Anastasia's Vision with a living hedge around, 2/3 trees, berries, herbs, garden, pond, goat, bees providing living loving energies. About 110 families gathering together to support a community with local school, center, farmer's market & support for each other to be more self sufficient, healthy & spiritual. Over 10M books sold in Russia by word of mouth. Her pdf books in a link to download in Circular gardens - google search images. Geoff Lawtons Permaculture showing before and after of raw land in 9 years to wonderful beauty. Findhorn Scotland Fame Images - given guidance from Deva's etc. in order to start from barren land with virtually no money living in a trailer. Homeopathic preparations of Homeopathic preparation made from common garden herbs, cow manure, quartz crystals and animal by products, these preparations help harmonise and focus the chemical and energetic processes active in the Earth's organic processes.

Haspel  “Ten years ago this was all sand, and now it has a foot of humus,” she says, gesturing to a grassy area near her greenhouse. “It normally takes 100 years to build one-inch of top soil.” more information at above link.

In Alberta Canada Takota Coen is doing fantastic work with spirals down a hill collecting moisture, planting trees and nuts for long term food for the least work regenerating the land. Don Radzitka with organic beef and chickens with bird houses incorporating it into a working viable organic farm has been ahead 40 years with articles in newspapers and bus tours from visitors as far away from Japan. Backyard aeroponics: self-sustaining farm for Wisconsin cold - More Backyard that can be used in city lots also. AEROPONICS USED BY NASA. 1 MILLION pounds of Food on 3 acres. 1 pump,10000 fish, 500 yards of compost  *** Wake Up World Viewer Special - Easy Step by Step instructions on how you can do this in your own home Shows the Roths/Rocks vision of packing people into concrete jungle cities is Barbarians at the gate. These are the recollections of Dr. Lawrence Dunegan regarding a lecture he attended on March 20, 1969.

++++++++++++++ Complete Garden Tour of Paul Gautschi's Back to Eden Garden. A visiter that has traveled to a  number of permaculture sites says this is the best of any that he has seen. Basically wood chips with manure for bacteria forming probiotics flowing into the soil giving life. The wood chips act as a mulch keeping moisture in and weeds suppressed. Rakes a line to plant and thus very little work and new weeds growing. 

Published on Jan 4, 2014

This is the complete tour of Paul Gautschi's Back to Eden garden on one video. After you watch "Back to Eden", the documentary on Paul Gautschi and his garden, this is the next video to watch. This is two hours of Paul talking about why he gardens the way he does and answering questions from people on his tour. If you have more questions about this heavy mulch system, please visit the Back to Eden FAQ section of my website: His Website FAQ

Back to Eden Film shares the story of one man's lifelong journey, walking with
God ... Gardening Association, Organic Consumers Association, and Dr. Mercola

Story at-a-glance −

  • Contemporary chemical-dependent farming methods strip soil of nutrients, destroy critical soil microbes, and saturate farmlands and waterways with toxic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers
  • Back to Eden reveals a simple organic gardening method that can not only transform your personal garden, but may even be part of the solution needed on a more global scale as well
  • By imitating nature and simply covering your garden with wood chips, you can dramatically increase yields and cut watering down to the bare minimum
  • Biochar may be even better, especially if added to the soil prior to planting. It needs to be activated by either combining it with compost, rock dust powder, or my favorite, human urine. Wetting the char will also ensure earthworms

One of the keys to a truly successful garden is to improve the microbiology of the soil. Adding Biochar to the soil allows microorganisms to thrive and multiply, and can double a plant’s yield