I've been wondering the same thing Sheryl. Thanks for the 'micro-review' C.J.
C.J. Murray wrote:Edible Forest Gardens does not focus on desert at all. The focus is on the more north than south eastern U.S. type climate.
Neil Evansan wrote:
We need local food EVERYWHERE in the US, not just the more ideal places to the North. Same goes for the rest of this Planet.
John Polk wrote:Do your wildlife share any with you? I've heard people complain that they get none!
This looks like an awesome site. Mahalo Toby! I see more than enough article links to quench any thirst for reading!
Toby Hemenway wrote:..... Scott Pittman has posted all the back issues of Permaculture Drylands Magazine at his website, http://permaculture.org
Toby Hemenway wrote:
The big thing in the desert: learn to create and enhance cool, moist microclimates. Learning about microclimate will help you almost more than learning about specific species and technique.