Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore magazine
South Shore Locavores: Edible Landscaping and Permaculture
April 18, 2013
Books Available in the Old Colony Library Network:
Paradise Lot: two plant geeks, one-tenth of an acre, and the making of an edible garden oasis in the city by Eric Toensmeier and Jonathan Bates, 2012.
The vegetable gardener’s guide to permaculture: creating an edible ecosystem by Christopher Shein, 2013.
The beautiful edible garden: design a stylish outdoor space using vegetables, fruits and herbs by Leslie Bennett, 2013.
The mini farming guide to vegetable gardening: self-sufficiency from asparagus to zucchini by Brett Markham, 2012.
Edible landscaping by Rosalind Creasy, 2010.
Gaia’s garden: a guide to home-scale permaculture 2nd edition by Toby Hemenway, 2009.
Perennial vegetables from artichoke to zuiki taro, a gardener’s guide to over 100
delicious easy to grow edibles by Eric Toensmeier, 2007.
Edible forest gardens by Dave Jacke, 2005.
www.permaculturenursery.com Food Forest Farm, Holyoke, MA.
www.perennialsolutions.org Eric Toensmeier’s website.
www.rosalindcreasy.com Edible gardening basics and much more.
www.permacultureglobal.com Worldwide Permaculture Network.
http://www.umassdining.com/sustainability/permaculture UMass Permaculture Initiative.
In The News:
Goodwin, Jeremy D. “Breaking new ground in sustainability: UMass students till forgotten plots.” Boston Globe, April 25, 2012, p.16.
Tortorello, Michael. “The Permaculture Movement grows from underground.” New York Times,July 28, 2011.
UMass Permaculture Documentary.
Ann Raver. “Their trip to Bountiful” New York Times, February 13, 2013 p.D1