Has anyone written a permaculture-minded book devoted solely to domesticated animals and how they fit into full-farm ecosystems? It's touched on quite a few times in many of the core texts (designer's manual, gaia's garden etc.) but I have yet to discover a single comprehensive source on the subject.
Every day, every season there is change, something new to observe, and constant learning. Permaculture has the dimensions of a life-oriented chess game, involving the elements, energy, and the dimensions of both life-forms and building structures (also with political, social, financial, and global implications).
Do you want ants? Because that's how you get ants. And a tiny ads: