Join me as I embark on an experimental journey into the world of organic gardening! Elements of sustainability, food forestry, and permaculture are all at play in the cultivation of both produce and herbs. Here, nurturing the soil as a living entity, while recycling what God gave me (an abundance of composted soil, thanks to my horses!) is a large portion of the sustainable features of my farm.
I’ll be discussing my personal gardening hacks and attempts at sustainable gardening. These garden hacks are designed to make healing from chronic illness more of a reality for those of us with less energy and chronic fatigue.
What is organic gardening? Organic gardening emphasizes building soil organic matter and relying on natural nutrient sources. From the EPA’s website: “Organically grown” food is food grown and processed using no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Pesticides derived from natural sources (such as biological pesticides) may be used in producing organically grown food.
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Stay curious, stay healthy, and live your best life!