- Whereas I formed Interdependent Web years ago as a permaculture design consultancy LLC (that is to say, a partnership) with the intention of taking on partners, and
- Whereas I haven't yet found partners, and
- Whereas I have lost most of my momentum as a solo designer since moving the business to Omaha and getting truly busy with my day job, and
- Whereas I don't know when I will have time to get back into design work, but I do have time to share my experience with others, and
- Whereas the location of those others within the United States is increasingly irrel
Event held by University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Since moving to Omaha in 2018, I've been slow to re-establish my permaculture consultancy here. On the one hand it's frustrating: I'm eager to make a difference! But on the other hand, there are a number of good reasons to take it slow. Here are some of them.
I've decided to release the 2018 print edition of my 2017 book, I'm Not a Rancher! What Can I Do to Rebuild Soil? into the Creative Commons at archive.org.
At just 34 pages plus endnotes, the book is a primer intended to address the frustration of home gardeners who have just learned that the best way to build soil is to intensively graze livestock on it. While that remains true, there are still plenty of things that can be done on the home scale!
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Dr. Christine Jones gave another mindblowing talk on Tuesday for the Green Cover Seed conference, this year via Zoom. Her topic was how phosphorus cycles in healthy and unhealthy soils, and why most farm soils already have more than enough phosphorus to last a century.