Joined 17 months ago from Frederick MD
Principle designer/founder of Ecologia, Edible & Ecological Landscapes. Author of Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist, and For the Love of Paw Paws. Michael Judd is a well known and enjoyed speaker, noted for enthusiastic and clear presentations on a host of subjects surrounding edible and ecological landscapes. Presenter for Mother Earth News and Monticello Heritage Harvest Festival, guest on popular radio such as A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach, and a host of podcasts revolving around edible landscaping, gardening and permaculture.
11 months ago
Learn how to grow your own edible mushrooms—like oyster and shitake—using hardwood logs and stumps. Step-by-step instructions with photos and extra resources included!
7 months ago
An herb spiral is a beautiful way to take advantage of a small yard (or add texture to a big one!). Here are two easy ways—dry stack or free form—to build your own herb spiral.
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