We at Sustainable Plymouth understand the connections between soil health, climate, human health, and environmental health. We understand that a deep connection to the land can foster an overall sense of wellbeing.
We are sharing some links below to help you learn more about identifying food growing naturally around you and learning to grow plants in a sustainable way.
SEMPBA has shared their native plant guide with us. See it here. Thanks SEMPBA!
Check out this guide from Native Seeds/S.E.A.R.C.H. for how to grow a Three Sisters (companion planting) garden.
This link from WildEdible.com contains material to help you identify wild food sources.
Visit this link to FreePermaculture.com for a free full Permaculture course offered by Permaculture Women’s Guild. Permaculture is a regenerative system designed by observing Nature and Indigenous ways of agriculture. It has 3 main principles: Earth Care, People Care, Future Care.
This link to SARE.org leads to A Free Handbook for Beekeepers, Growers and Conservationists.