Tag Archives: Permaculture

  1. Worldview Connections: A Meditation on Our Worldviews and their Impacts

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    November 5, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    We live in a world full of connections–but how we view (or ignore) those connections could make or break us.

  2. Saegoah Pursuits: Gardening with Rainwater Harvesting Earthworks, A Photo Essay

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    May 11, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    Because I strive to live harmoniously within Nature as a Saegoah many conventional methods of doing things gets thrown out the window, like my garden. It is unlike any garden in town because it is self fertile and as of this spring, self watering as well. In the process of making it I got a great many odd looks and even laughed at by those passing by. The following is a photo essay of the process and end result of this endeavor.

  3. Saegoah Pursuits: DIY Vermicomposting

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    March 5, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    Rua Lupa shows how they’ve turned their kitchen scraps into a garden and how you can start your own worm composting bin too. Excellent For Apartment Dwellers!

  4. Land – Ownership, Entitlement, Public, Private, Commons & Crown. What Is The Best Way?

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    January 5, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    “Land is for everyone” some claim, while others complain that “The public abuses the land!” What approach is best?

  5. DIY Autumn Adventures – Growing A Forest Garden. It can supply food, medicine, and sanity, while protecting against drought & flood.

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    October 21, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    Learn how you can turn a energy and resource guzzling lawn into a food forest oasis! And you can start the process this autumn by working with nature’s natural seeding time.

  6. DIY Autumn Adventures – Dyeing with Goldenrod

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    October 7, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    Learn how to make and use dye from goldenrod.

  7. DIY Autumn Adventures – Fruiting Trees

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    September 28, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    Check Out Them Apples

    You can enjoy the fruits of harvest wherever you are. This is a great time of year to pick some fruit in your neighbourhood. It can be surprising how many people have fruiting trees with no intention of harvesting the bounty, but who will share if asked — giving you the opportunity to pick, plant, and preserve with local fruit.

  8. Cultural Quandaries: Home Design

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    September 11, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    Our homes are a bit of a blunder in how they currently function. Learn how you can change that through sustainable passive design.

  9. Mars, Terraforming, & Earth Design For Climate Change

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    July 28, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    The troubles of Mars colonization, terraforming of Mars or geoengineering Earth, and how there are already indigenous design solutions for Earth that deal with Climate Change.

  10. Climate Change & Ehoah

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    July 23, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    How a Saegoah views and reacts to Climate Change isn’t any different than if there wasn’t any Climate Change. Here is why.

  11. Cultural Quandaries: Water

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    May 26, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    Do you ever wonder why there are water bans even though there was a recent deluge and flooded basements? Why there are floods and droughts in the same place on the news? What if I told you it was because of us? – Here is how that is and some hands-on solutions for places that have flood, drought and fire problems. Lets get to work to heal the land!

  12. Transequilux keeps me occupied

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    February 20, 2014 by Rua Lupa

    Transequilux can be a busy time of year, when for most people it is the slowest. Not for this Saegoah!

  13. Cultural Quandaries: Death

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    November 7, 2013 by Rua Lupa

    Death is often something dreaded and not talked about. This sort of reaction to a reality we face has caused more grief than warranted for the amazing thing that it is. Here is a way to approach death in a very positive way that makes the transition easier for you, your loved ones and the ecosystem we all rely on.

  14. Cultural Quandaries: Soil

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    July 18, 2013 by Rua Lupa

    Soil. The source of all our nutrition requires it, making it immensely valuable. But our agricultural and gardening practices are not treating it that way. In fact we are killing our soils on a grand scale. How did it become this way? Is there a solution? We’ll get into that and the solutions that are not what you’d think…

  15. Ehoah Bioregional Quiz, How well do you know the place in which you live?

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    May 31, 2013 by Rua Lupa

    How well do you know the place in which you live? Here is a Bioregional Quiz to find out!

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