Uncategorized @The Prepper Project: Why You Should Make a Mess Of Your Garden by David The Good July 17, 2013February 2, 2017 written by David The Good July 17, 2013February 2, 2017 For the less-than-neat among us… here’s some justification. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Alright - my post was too terrifying for some folksCarolina wren babies in our food forest2014 Florida Earthskills Gathering, Day 3Prepper Project Article Round Up: Good Books, Worthless Trees, Log Skidding and MarxismOklahoma City Garden Fest! 2 comments FacebookTwitterGoogle +PinterestRedditWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Florida greywater oasis: July update next post How to bud graft a fruit tree Related Articles The Always Adorable Wooly Bear November 12, 2015 I was asked for help July 29, 2015 Involuntary Posting Break! February 2, 2020 Catching up August 7, 2017 WE’RE #1 May 12, 2015 Unknown Tree: Identified! August 26, 2014 New gardens are in! May 12, 2016 @The Prepper Project: 10 Great Ways To Fail... August 21, 2013 Growing Pumpkins in Florida August 27, 2013 A Compost Everything Testimonial May 31, 2015 2 comments Food and Brew Love August 5, 2013 - 4:34 pm Hi! Just read the interview with you in Mother Earth news. I'm up in Tallahassee and always thrilled to learn that neighbors are growing food forests! I started ours when we moved to a small-acreage just over three years ago; it's going well, and permaculture is catching on in Tallahassee. Some local permies have even successfully begun teaching permaculture design at the county extension office. Do you have a facebook page for your nursery/project? Reply Survival Gardener, AKA David the Good August 5, 2013 - 5:02 pm That's fantastic. No, I'm not on Facebook, so this is basically it. I've got a little over at floridafoodforests.com, though. Do you have pictures or video of your food forest you'd be interested in sharing? If so, send it over and I'll post them here. I always enjoy seeing the amazing stuff other gardeners are doing, particularly with long-term perennial systems. Thanks for stopping by. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.