In The News:

Brattleboro Food Co-op hosts Edible Brattleboro Garden

Brattleboro Reformer Aug 30, 2016

Resources:

How Can We Eat Our Landscapes

Ted Talk by Pam Warhurst

The TED talk that inspired the creation of Edible Brattleboro.
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The Importance of Carbon in Global Warming

Charles Eisenstein



Regenerative Agriculture

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Pasture Cropping – Profitable Regenerative Agriculture:


Food Preservation

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How To Freeze Fruits & Vegetables | HGTV


Mushrooms & Ecology

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The Feminine Side of the Mycelium Network – Fantastic Fungi


Soil Health

Resources


Land & Leadership Initiative: giving you the tools to facilitate, lead, and support soil health initiatives in your own region


“Understanding Soil Health and Watershed Function: A Teacher’s Manual” – Land & Leadership Initiative Soil Health Manual


Understanding The Role Of Soil Microbial Interactions For Soil Health (Quorom Sensing) – Dr. Christine Jones


Carbonomics: The Wonderful Economy of Soil:


Mulch and Cover Crops

Resources


Edible Brattleboro’s Sheet Mulching Guide – PDF


Soil Health Resource Guide. 6th Edition  РGreen Cover Seed


Cover Cropping & No-Till Using Clear Plastic MethodTobacco Road Farm


Best Wood Chip Mulch for Your Vegetables:


You are being LIED to about using Wood Chips:


Pasture Cropping with Colin Seis, Gale Fuller Field School:


Favorite Blogs About Plants & Gardening


The Nature Corner – BloomCatch