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How to Save Tomato Seeds in 3 Steps

ripe tomatoes on the vine

It’s easy to save your own tomato seeds. We’ll walk you through the three basic steps to do it at home. Since tomatoes are self-pollinating, your seeds will sprout up plants that bear the same kind of fruit that you harvested them from. That is, of course, unless you’re using GM or hybrid tomatoes. Read […]

Ben Marchman – Regenerative Community Building

Ben Marchman permaculture design course student

Ben Marchman took the Wild Abundance Permaculture Design Course (PDC) in 2016. We caught up with him to hear how he’s applied what he learned. Talking with Ben was super inspiring! He’s doing really cool things to weave together permaculture with regenerative community building, coaching, and rites of passage work. Indeed, Ben’s story reaffirmed how […]

Lloyd Kahn and a Shout-Out to Shelter Publications

natural tiny house in the forest with curved branches as banister

Meet the 84-year-old surfer who pioneered green and natural building. Lloyd Kahn has been designing and building beautiful and whimsical natural buildings for more than 60 years. He’s also been photographing and writing about them for over 40 years. In the 1970s, Lloyd founded Shelter Publications. Since then, they’ve produced several gorgeous and inspiring books […]