Keri, why are you drawn to unify Women’s empowerment, sisterhood re-wiring, singing songs, food as medicine, and the tenants of Nature?

Keri, what is the Radiant Woman Toolkit?

As I thought about the Radiant Woman Toolkit Workshop, I realized that I had answers within me that needed to come out. In order to ignite my inspiration I started asking myself questions about the workshop and the work that I’m doing on this planet. This is . . . → Read More: Keri, why are you drawn to unify Women’s empowerment, sisterhood re-wiring, singing songs, food as medicine, and the tenants of Nature?

“Keri, What is Permaculture Anyway?”

I am asked this question often and the answer can be a lot to digest at once. Permaculture is a holistic design science. So what does that mean? Allow me to expand for a few minutes… Humans are interwoven in the cycles of Nature. Whether we are awake and attentive to the apple’s bud break or maintain . . . → Read More: “Keri, What is Permaculture Anyway?”

Early spring Zone 0 musings: My Fore with Observe and Interact Permaculture principle #1

The world spins faster these days. Can you feel it? Like the first buds reaching into their sugar stores underground and with the renewed strength of sunlight, the alive Earth responds to stimulus. I saw my first grasshoppers emerge in the garden. The first swollen apple and fig buds prepare for the opportune time to . . . → Read More: Early spring Zone 0 musings: My Fore with Observe and Interact Permaculture principle #1

Blog entry from one of our Permaculture Design Course students in Atlanta!

EVERYTHING GARDENS!

Everything Gardens is a tenet at the heart of Permaculture. Everything Gardens suggests that every animal, plant, microorganism, rock, air, water, etc. interacts with its environment and sometime during the interaction there is a change or modification of the environment itself. So, you may be asking yourself why this is a basic tenet . . . → Read More: Blog entry from one of our Permaculture Design Course students in Atlanta!

Thunderstorm Tea

I am a-mused by concocting teas.  It’s a true pleasure of mine.  When I’m not a preoccupied chicken-with-her-head-cut off-tired- from-work-and-heat- and-in-need-0-refreshment-FAST, I savor tea blending time.  Standing on my tippy toes to reach the 2 quart jars, checking their freshness, opening jars of stored sunshine and earth, taking in the wafts of summer, spring, and . . . → Read More: Thunderstorm Tea

Book Leads

13-sided circular open air temple

If you’re any part human, perhaps you get to writing a list for just about anything.  Who you need to call today, what to bring out to the garden from the house, the menu for a special meal.  Healing Roots Design wanted to spark a conversation by sharing its . . . → Read More: Book Leads

The Tantra of Permaculture: Connecting Inner and Outer Landscapes, InanItah, Isla de Ometepe