[permaculture] Permaculture epithets/wisdom
heidehermary at pacificcoast.net
Wed Mar 27 14:42:09 EST 2002
My favourite saying is "feed the wildlife" - in the horticultural context of
adding organic matter to the soil instead of chemical fertilizers, and
letting the microbes do the conversion as part of their metabolism by
"eating" the organic matter. As an organic landscaper I find that this
"picture" is something customers can relate to, AND have a better
understanding of how their gardens work.
Graham Burnett wrote:
> When I first became vegan I used to like the phrase;
> "Eat Wheat Not Meat!"
> But now I'm a bit more aware of issues like monocultures/ soil erosion
> through intensive agriculture etc i'd have to amend it to
> "Eat Fukuoka/Bonfils system, No work grown wheat, not meat", which isn't
> quite as catchy...
> I also like
> "Make Compost, Not War!"
> Cheers graham
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Robert Waldrop" <rmwj at soonernet.com>
> To: <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 3:57 PM
> Subject: [permaculture] Permaculture epithets/wisdom
> > One of the participants in this group often signs with a little
> > phrase,"Grow Soil." I just sent a message ending with, "Invest in
> > rootstock." I'd like to develop a collection of these little bumper
> > sticker style phrases, so if anybody has one or more they would like
> > to share, now would be a good time to do so.
> > Robert Waldrop, Oklahoma City
> > http://www.bettertimesinfo.org/oklahoma.htm (has new forest garden
> > section)
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