Field Notes – July 2018
We’re creeping into that time of year when water starts to become even more of a concern than usual. David Redhage gets this month’s newsletter rolling with a timely review of a book on the global water cycle.
It’s also the season when many gardeners are finding their efforts rewarded with too much of a good thing. We point to a report that explains one profitable way of dealing with surplus harvests.
We also look back a month to June’s workshops, on beekeeping and grazing. Even if you attended, you may find something new in these recaps – and if you couldn’t make it, this is an excellent chance to catch up.Field Notes – July 2018 (PDF, 600 KB)