Microdynamics VIII: Creating a Living Garden
with Stewart Lundy
Recorded on October 8, 2020
Trace the living movements of water, the lifeblood of any garden or farm organism, as it is received in winter, drawn up by capillary action through the soil in spring, and evaporated through the leaves of plants in summer. Learn ways to better manage water whether drought or flood and how to make the earth more receptive to refilling with water over winter. Even learn ways to improve some of your own daily movements throughout the garden!
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