Japanese inspiration

This week we took inspiration from Masanobu Fukuoka, author of “The One-Straw Revolution” and founder of Do-Nothing Agriculture.  Fukuoka would make clay seed-balls to scatter his crops in the field, this would protect them from birds and rodents, while the seeds would sprout from the balls after a good rain… We thought it sounded like a fun idea, so we are giving it a shot.

Our table is looking shiny and so close to being finished and there is more produce than ever to take home.


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