Inhabiting the Whole Garden

Yesterday I was part of an ad hoc group of 10 or so mostly permaculture gardeners who visited Distant Hill Gardens, set on 58 acres

Wednesday Vignette

Now on display at your local bog (in most of the U.S. — absent as a native in only 13 states —  and in Canada):

Field Trip: Atlantic White Cedar Swamp and Bog

The Atlantic White Cedar Swamp in Bradford, NH, is a good example of an inland cedar swamp (others in NH are Cooper Cedar Woods in New Durham and Loverens

Such wildness and novelty

I’ve blogged this bog a few times before (April 2015, June 2014) and it’s time now to revisit the place, a new world so close,

To Love What is Muted and Marginal

“To love a swamp, however, is to love what is muted and marginal, what exists in the shadows, what shoulders its way out of mud

Earth Garden IX: Philbrick Cricenti Bog

I’ve long known that a salt marsh is just about my favourite place to be or see, but only recently — in the last four

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