- April 30th, 2013
There are few more simple, pure, and earthy pleasures than tending a small crop and tasting its sweet rewards on a warm evening in late June, the sun on the horizon, the heat dissipating from the summer day. With hands caked in earth, you pick a snap pea and pop it in your mouth.From greenhorn to green thumbBy Adam Swenson
- July 27th, 2011
Ryan Harb and University of Massachusetts Amherst students are breaking ground on a sustainability project without actually breaking the ground. It’s called permaculture, a non-invasive philosophy that eased its way into mainstream society with a simple approach to sustainable gardening.
University of Massachusetts Amherst breaks ground with one of the first permaculture gardens on a public university campus.By Cara Lucas