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Vegetation XXI. You can use the search function command-F on a Mac to locate a keyword on this very long page, instead of scrolling all the way down the page in search of your link. This list begins with general rainwater-harvesting resources.
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Vegetation XXI. You can use the search function command-F on a Mac to locate a keyword on this very long page, instead of scrolling all the way down the page in search of your link. This list begins with general rainwater-harvesting resources. Then sections II through XXV follow the topical order in the preface, introduction, chapters, and epilogue. Note on website URLs: Almost all URLs listed below or the organization from which a downloadable document is available are resources in and of themselves.
Rainsource Press, City of Tucson, Tagari, This is an excellent guide to integrated, sustainable design. See Chapters 7 and 9 for water-harvesting earthworks. Centre for Science and Environment, The Negev: The Challenge of a Desert, 2nd ed.
Harvard University Press, Proven dryland strategies that sustainably enhance local water supply around the world. Beautiful photos and diverse examples. Sol y Sombra Foundation, Keyline Designs, Permaculture Drylands Journal, 30, Summer , pp. Earthscan Publications Ltd. Center for Watershed Protection. Harvesting Rainwater for Landscape Use, 2nd ed. Waterfall and Christina Bickelmann.
Westview Press, Slow it. Spread it. Sink it! Sonoma Valley Groundwater Management Program, Available online at: www. Although its primary focus is on India, it offers much information that is pertinent to rainwater harvesting around the globe. Weaver Press, Zephaniah Phiri Maseko.
But it was in transition when I last visited Zimbabwe. See Muonde Trust below, as they were better supporting Mr. Box Zvishavane, Zimbabwe. University of Arizona Press, Beacon Press, The New Press, University Press of Kentucky, Chelsea Green Publishing Company, Center for People, Food, and Environment, CD-ROM, Island Press, Ten Speed Press, Pacific Horticulture , Winter Atlantic Monthly Press, Rodale Press, Empowerment Institute, The website is packed with simple and effective strategies you can put into practice NOW to reduce negative climate change.
Paramount Home Video, A rallying cry to protect the one earth we all share. Provided by the Sightline Institute. Quickly and easily estimate your ecological footprint with this online calculator.
Provides information on where you can buy green power greatly reducing carbon emissions of dirtier power production such as burning of coal in your state. They provide workshops and information on how to purchase and install your own solar, wind, or micro-hydro system. Albert Bartlett. The retired Professor of Physics from the University of Colorado in Boulder examines the arithmetic of steady growth, continued over modest periods of time, in a finite environment.
These concepts are applied to populations and to fossil fuels such as petroleum and coal. Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, Harvesting the Rains in Thar, by Pramod Kulkarni. Tanks of South India , edited by A Vaidyanathan. Rain Water Harvesting by Shree Padre.
Altermedia, Harvest of Rain. Centre for Science and Environment India. Documents traditional water harvesting in India. The Rain Catchers. Examples of urban rainwater harvesting in India. One of its focuses is on promotion of rainwater harvesting.
Although its primary focus is on India, this website offers much information that is pertinent to rainwater harvesting around the globe. This is a successful urban rainwater-harvesting demonstration site. Rainsource Press, , revised and Holmgren Design Services, Energy Conserving Site Design , edited by E.
Gregory McPherson. American Society of Architects, Brown and Mark DeKay. William Stout Architectural Books, Phoenix Arizona Department of Water Resources, Clay Pot Irrigation.
Agricultural Water Management 48 2 Bainbridge, Agua de Vida Ollas Among other activities, this Albuquerque, NM-based organization makes and sells beautiful clay ollas for subsurface irrigation. Timber Press, How Does Your Garden Grow? Bioretention Manual , by Derek A. Provides standards for small bioretention systems including rain gardens. Midwest emphasis. Center for People, Food and Environment, Growing Connections, The Milagro Cohousing Community has integrated water harvesting infiltration basins, food-production, wastewater treated on site and recycled as subsurface irrigation water, and passive solar design into its landscape.
See Chapters 7 and 9. Mendocino County Resource Conservation District, Quivira Coalition, April See more keyline resources under Chapter 9. University of California Forest Products Laboratory, Nascimanere Pty Ltd, Crystal Waters, Energy Conserving Site Design , by E. American Society of Landscape Architects, , pp. Tagari Publications, , pp.
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By on. Dynamic accumulators, like comfrey, have become a hot topic. These plants are reported to have extraordinary powers to absorb more minerals than the average plant. This makes them very useful if you are trying to make nutrient dense compost for your garden. Imagine how great it would be if you could grow a plant that increases the nutrients you are lacking in the garden. That is precisely what people are doing with dynamic accumulator plants — or at least that is what is being claimed.
Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape Naturally first appeared in , and was a self-publishing success from the very beginning. After eight printings, sales topped 50, copies, with national distribution in England, Tasmania and Australia. A true labor of love, four years in the making, this classic and lavishly illustrated text provides a comprehensive look at the tools, techniques and observations that go into making an edible landscape with natural, non-chemical methods. The unique information available in this book includes: how to grow food on a bale of hay; no-till gardening which provides yields equal to those of cultivated gardens; how to estimate and use the amount of shade cast by deciduous trees in the winter; scientific studies which dispel many companion-planting myths, marigolds flunked the test! Even is you don't have an edible landscape it contains a wealth of information, for landscapes, orchards, and vegetable gardens.
It is the authoritative text on edible landscaping, featuring a step-by-step guide to designing a productive environment using vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs for a combination of ornamental and culinary purposes. It includes descriptions of plants for all temperate habitats, methods for improving soil, tree pruning styles, and gourmet recipes using low-maintenance plants. There are sections on attracting beneficial insects with companion plants and using planting to shelter your home from erosion, heat, wind, and cold.
Within the world of Permaculture we often find reference to plants known as Dynamic Accumulators. When the leaves fall in autumn and winter and are broken down, those stored nutrients are then incorporated into the upper layers of the soil where other plants will benefit from their deposition. As a physician, I strive for scientific accuracy. I understand the scientific method and the world of academia. I know, beyond doubt, the benefit this arena has provided for the world.
Dynamic accumulators is a term used in the permaculture and organic farming literature to indicate plants that gather certain minerals or nutrients from the soil and store them in a more bioavailable form and in high concentration in their tissues , then used as fertilizer or just to improve the mulch. While this idea is quite common and often taprooted plants are used for this reason in companion planting , there is no scientific data supporting it, and the definition itself varies quite depending on the author. The closest thing with a proven scientific base are hyperaccumulators. The first to use the term dynamic accumulator in the above definition was probably Robert Kourik in his book Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape—Naturally After him many important permaculturists have used dynamic accumulators in their design systems and methods, such as Eric Toensmeier, Dave Jake  and Toby Hemenway. Chelsea Green Publishing Company.
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