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Everything You Know About Poison Oak/Ivy/Sumac is Wrong [Infographic] - Fogo Digital, Inc

Anyone who has suffered from a bad poison oak, ivy or sumac rash can share in a strong desire to keep it from ever happening again.

Build a self fertilized Garden with Minimum Irrigation #livingecology #permacultureinternship

Some really interesting ideas You can never pin too much info on Hugelkulture. I slready have my test bed started. Hopefully I get good results next year. One of the bad things about living so far North, the growing season is never long enough.

How To Make Pine Resin Salve | Herbal Academy | Did you know pine resin has been used historically for topical wound care? Learn how to make pine resin salve for your first aid kit!

Did you know pine resin has been used historically for topical wound care? Learn how to make pine resin salve for your first aid kit!

A comprehensive guide to the basics of off-grid power battery bank sizing. This is important because a too big or too small battery bank will have consequences. #batterybank #sizing #battery #bobbykundu

A comprehensive guide to the basics of off-grid power battery bank sizing. This is important because a too big or too small battery bank will have consequences.

Cherry trees are a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Here's how we planted our cherry trees using a permaculture guild - a combination of plants that works together to produce more healthy cherries.

Cherry trees are a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Heres how we planted our cherry trees using a permaculture guild - a combination of plants that works together to produce more healthy cherries.

this is a cool plan

Picture yourself in a forest where almost everything around you is food. Fruit and nut trees form an open canopy. Food-bearing shrubs fill the gaps. Assorted native wildflowers, wild edibles, herbs, and perennial vegetables thickly cover the ground.