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A study in passive agriculture creation
The Syntax of Chaos… [Print]
The Syntax of Chaos… [Digital]
The real problems of gardening
The New Tools of Gardening
Part I: The Primacy of Perennials
Map of Mortal Tree
Tag: Rosh bushes and briars for mulch
July 14, 2017
January 24, 2018
Taste of chaos
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Like passive solar. Click to see the first chapter on Amazon.
This is my ground layer toolbox. Click to read the first chapter on Amazon.
My master method for system design. Click to read the first chapter here on Mortal Tree.
“Thus the most important man of any tribe, chosen for long and true memory, was the crop-master…..the living computer,[..] We lack crop-masters today.”
All these images and quotes come from chapter 1 of Intrinsic. I published this whole first chapter on my website yesterday. Link to this post is on the Kickstarter page you can find in my bio. The Kickstarter has already raised over 500 towards its 17,000 funding goal! Thanks everyone for reaching new heights in our science of ecology design. (If you want to go straight to the chapter previews, copy and paste this link: https://mortaltree.blog/kickstarter-previews/ )
Three years in the making and I just pushed the launch button on its Kickstarter. So pumped to finally share this book with you all! If you’re curious, the link in my bio will get you all the info you want. I’m most excited to see your comments, hear your feedback, and see the results you create using Intrinsic. Spread the word!
Alright, with the first wave of deluxe PASSIVE edition activity over with, getting back to the big project. Intrinsic is the most honed, powerful system for biological resource creation I know of, as it’s my system I have learned the hard way in creating client’s, and my own systems. It’s like a computer program, but for biology. At least, that’s how I like to run it. It has seven subroutines that function under one central program: increasing intrinsic, innate, natural life in any given system. I’m quite proud of the practical side: It details how the main resource any biological system needs to increase intrinsic life so much soil, but air. Really. I’m so excited for this long time program creation to go viral, and will update more as we near the system onset.
A deluxe edition of my first book PASSIVE Gardening is now available on Mortal Tree. Added more pictures, and made several additions such as this #infographic to make a bold statement for what #gardens really need to be low work, and productive - or passive as I call it - like passive solar. This special edition is only available as ebook, which I will be manually licensing. To celebrate the release, it and Mastering the Growing Edge, my second book, are deeply discounted through Wednesday this week. I look forward to sending you a copy!
Like lightning before the discovery of electricity, Permaculture designers are very much an untapped resource. To access this resource, we not only need to learn what we are missing out on, but also need the right platform -like the wires, power grids, and batteries of today’s electric grid. That platform is #Edgin. Link in my bio if you’re curious. #permaculture #design#infographic#education #kickstarter
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