Autumn: a new era

It’s been awhile… September has been filled with harvest all over the region, a killer frost or two, and exciting plans for the future. In the coming week, I hope to plant garlic in my yard for harvest next summer and some cold weather crops for winter, figure out a cheap and easy way to mulch them, and attend PRI’s urban farming graduation ceremony followed by a harvest party hosted by Growing Lots — oof!

So look forward to a post or two about these exciting events, and prepare yourselves for the future of this blog: your ability to post to it. If ever you have anything you’d like to share, simply comment on a post with your email and we’ll add you to the list of contributors, at which point you can submit a post at any time. Anything about permaculture, especially in the region, is welcome — whether you want to brag about your farm, enlighten us about cool things you do at home, tell us about a book or article, spread the news about local events and programs, etc., etc.

Until next time, I’ll leave you with a quote.

“A sustainable community is designed in such a way that its ways of life, business, economy, physical structures and technologies do not interfere with nature’s inherent ability to sustain life.” — Fritjof Capra (read the article here).

Hope to hear from you all.


About PRI Cold Climate

PRI Cold Climate is an organization centered in Minneapolis that promotes permaculture throughout the region, fostering sustainable lifestyles and communities. We design and demonstrate permaculture systems specific to colder climates like ours, and provide leadership and resources for the permaculture community.
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