Edible Landscaping and Permaculture Resource List

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South Shore Locavores: Edible Landscaping and Permaculture

April 18, 2013

 

Books Available in the Old Colony Library Network:

Paradise Lot: two plant geeks, one-tenth of an acre, and the making of an edible garden oasis in the city   by Eric Toensmeier and Jonathan Bates, 2012.

The vegetable gardener’s guide to permaculture: creating an edible ecosystem by Christopher Shein, 2013.

The beautiful edible garden: design a stylish outdoor space using vegetables, fruits and herbs by Leslie Bennett, 2013.

The mini farming guide to vegetable gardening: self-sufficiency from asparagus to zucchini by Brett Markham, 2012.

Edible landscaping by Rosalind Creasy, 2010.

Gaia’s garden: a guide to home-scale permaculture 2nd edition by Toby Hemenway, 2009.

Perennial vegetables from artichoke to zuiki taro, a gardener’s guide to over 100

delicious easy to grow edibles by Eric Toensmeier, 2007.

Edible forest gardens by Dave Jacke, 2005.

 

Websites:

www.permaculturenursery.com Food Forest Farm, Holyoke, MA.

www.perennialvegetables.org Eric Toensmeier’s website.

www.rosalindcreasy.com Edible gardening basics and much more.

www.permacultureglobal.com Worldwide Permaculture Network.

http://www.umassdining.com/sustainability/permaculture UMass Permaculture Initiative.

In The News:

Goodwin, Jeremy D. “Breaking new ground in sustainability: UMass students till forgotten plots.” Boston Globe, April 25, 2012, p.16.

Tortorello, Michael. “The Permaculture Movement grows from underground.” New York Times,July 28, 2011.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWHSzGDItBA&feature=channel_video_title

 UMass Permaculture Documentary.

Ann Raver. “Their trip to Bountiful” New York Times, February 13, 2013 p.D1

 

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