I wanted to keep you in the loop about Ecology Action’s upcoming workshop, and hope you will share this message with friends, family, and like-minded gardeners who could benefit from learning the GB method: Ecology Action invites everyone to a 3-Day GROW BIOINTENSIVE® Sustainable Mini-Farming… Continue Reading “Join me for a 3-Day Workshop!”
5th Soil Not Oil International Conference San Francisco, California Breakout Presentations September 9th Morning Sessions John Jeavons will provide a presentation: Small-Scale Biointensive Farming and Carbon Sequestration: Growing Food and Soil for the Future, NOW at the Masonic Hall 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM .… Continue Reading “John Jeavons at the 5th Soil Not Oil International Conference”
423: John Jeavons on Biologically Intensive Gardening & Farming (Part 1) More recent podcast interviews with John: Online: John Jeavons is featured on TUC Radio John Jeavons was featured as a part of a TUC Radio mini series on Soil, a response… Continue Reading “Urban Farms Podcast! And Gardenerd! And TUC Radio!”
UPDATE: Tonight’s presentation is cancelled due to snow! If it continues to snow, tomorrow’s workshop will likely be cancelled, too. 🥶🌨☃️❄️ Join me for a full day of Biointensive fun at Evergreen College in Olympia WA on February 10, 2019! PLUS: A Free Evening Presentation on… Continue Reading “1-Day Workshop in Olympia WA”
This month (December 2018) a commentary piece, Put More Carbon in Soils to Meet Paris Climate Pledges, was published in the journal Nature. It was written by scientists specializing in climate change and agriculture who serve on the science and technical committee of the organization… Continue Reading “Soil is the Solution”
With summer drawing to a close, it’s time to start thinking about your winter garden, and that means cover crops! Here are some things to consider when planting your cover crops this year: Normally, a gardener or farmer planning a crop rotation (over time)… Continue Reading “Cover Crops! Interplanting with Legumes”
Nora Waln was an unusual and adventurous woman. A Philadelphia Quaker and best-selling writer and journalist in the 1930s–60s, she was the first to report on the spread of Nazism in the lead up to WWII, and wrote on Mongolia, communism in China, and… Continue Reading “30 Generations of Farming”
I’ll be giving a talk, “Food for the Future: NOW” in Fort Bragg, California on Thursday, June 21st! For FREE!! I’ll be discussing how sustainable, localized, small-scale agriculture can be productive, profitable, and can help solve some of our most serious environmental and social challenges – and how we can each participate in that solution. Location: 6:30-8:30 PM 490 North Harold Street. Come one, come all!
Barley (Hordeum vulgare) is a dynamic late autumn, winter and early spring grain crop that is somewhat higher in calories that other short-day crops. Added to soups, it tastes great, and thickens the broth beautifully. It can also be used as a fodder crop… Continue Reading “Barley – A Versatile Crop”
Climate change has made the “treasure trove of the past a seedbed for a whole new generation of farmers and gardeners striving for agricultural sustainability.” With an emphasis on working the land in harmony with nature and producing more food through soil improvement and water management, this book is a gem and worth a read!