I can’t decide which type of gardening I prefer. My outdoor gardens have always been organic, whereas the indoor grows tend to be predominantly synthetic. But many articles in this edition can easily convince anyone that organic and regenerative growing is the way forward.
From some practical tips from Joanna Berg in the article Getting In Tune: Keys To Succeed At Integrated Pest Management, to Keeping Chickens – A Circular Economy for Soil Regeneration by a new contributor, Marci Babineau, this edition delves into the many ways one can introduce sustainability into the garden.
We dive into the benefits the sea offers our gardens in Growing With The Deep – Turning Your Thumb from Green to Aquamarine by Xavi Kief. Our friend and writer Av Singh talks about calamari in The Squid Game – How A Waste By-Product Becomes A Regenerative Agricultural Solution.
If you are looking for inspiration, check out the Local Growers features. In each edition, we spotlight the farmers and gardeners who care about their environment, nutritious and ethically produced food, and the people they feed.