He recently served on the board of directors at the Yestermorrow Design-Build School, where he also teaches from time to time.
The Resilient Farm and Homestead : Ben Falk :
Ben Falk. Becoming Useful in the Transition. The Designers Set and Setting.
Resiliency and Regeneration Principles. Understanding Your Site.
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Perennial Plants and Resiliency. Paddy Rice Meat Eggs. Annual Vegetables. Growing Food as a Response to Toxicity. Adaptive Shelter. Mechanical Systems.
Enhancing Vitality in a Time. Quiet Ally to the Whole System. Tall Grass Grazing. Grazing and Perennial Food Crop Integration.
Falk encourages a shift from consumer to producer by replacing dependency with self-reliance. Permaculture is used as the lens for making this shift, a tool of empowerment that allows individuals to cultivate their own nutrient-dense food and create a productive and meaningful lifestyle despite ever-changing circumstances. The steps to make this transition are presented concretely and candidly. Ultimately, Falk is describing a transformation that starts within each person and inevitably extends to family, home, the land, the community and finally future generations.
The Resilient Farm and Homestead – An Innovative Permaculture And Whole Systems Design Approach
More than a just manual, this book inspires action, self-reliance and a kind of empowerment that can only be felt when you willingly tie yourself to a piece of land and begin to truly engage with the earth. Our current reality is constantly changing.
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- Praying Through Psalm 119: A 22 Day Journey to a Deeper Love for Gods Word?
There is no guarantee that the world will look as it does now in a year, much less ten or twenty. More often than I would like, this thought paralyzes me and fills me with a sense of helplessness.
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This book combats such a fatalistic view of the future by taking a positive, action-based approach. A Virginia native, Jenna Clarke recently joined the ranks of women who grow food in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
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