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Permaculture – Long Island, NY

This site has been developed by and for the community to share and take part in. It is a space where people can document their experiences and relationships they have with the diverse botanic ecology that defines Long Island, NY.Plants are defined by the elements that make up the days and nights of the area they live in. When I spend time in the garden, I develop a friendship with it. We go through the seasons together. It provides an incredible amount of enjoyment for me as I get excited for “Springtime!”, nurturing young seedlings and watching them grow. And after it has shined in the sun for a while, it gives up its warmth and nourishment to its brother or sister in the form of “compost.” YeeeeaaaaaAAA COMPOST!

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map: North-East US zones - legend

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  • 1 Melanie // Feb 23, 2008 at 6:11 pm

    This sounds very interesting. I’d like to know more like who/what/where/how and so on.

    Melanie (from south Huntington, zone 6b)

  • 2 Noah Herron // Dec 15, 2008 at 3:46 pm

    Hello,

    I was looking over your blog and it is very well written. I’m trying to raise awareness for my website and product which is high quality garden seeds that are packaged using recycled magazines. I think most seed companies are irresponsible and don’t care about the environment. I was wondering if you would be willing to post a short story about my product, that is if you like it and the idea. Check it out at http://www.ufseeds.com. Let me know what you think!

    Thanks,
    Noah Herron

  • 3 Charles Schaefer // Feb 16, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    We are suppliers of commerical products to wholesale growers. The Our American Bounty website now offers retail friendly quantites of the same products for the home consumer. If you can provide a link back to our website for your readers, it might be helpful for them to obtain commerical grade products for their use

  • 4 Barbara // Mar 11, 2009 at 4:32 pm

    GardenScribe is great garden organizer developed and published by a local Long Islander that helps you to be more organized and successful.

  • 5 Wayne Vitale // Jan 18, 2011 at 5:41 am

    Spy Coast Bee Man is a beekeeper on the north shore of Long Island. My website offers raw organic honey, pollen, bees wax candles, honey bees, local hygienic queens, nucs and honey bee hives. If you could provide a link back to my website for your readers, it would be helpful to them to obtain honey bee related products.

  • 6 Matthew Fallon // Nov 21, 2012 at 10:53 am

    Fellow Permies in LI? amazing!

    Last year i started “Baldwin Organic Garden Share”, a garden-coop/urban-homesteading/permaculture project at our home.

    we host a monthly vegan-potluck(seasonally)
    and various workshops and gatherings on relevant topics. seed-swaps,rainwater-catchment/gravity-drip, vermicomposting,hugelkulter,rustic-woodworking, urban-logging/milling of fallen trees and more. we seek volunteers/partners for various projects and have organic products for sale & trade (plants,seeds,veggies,compost,worms,wood etc).

  • 7 Sarah // Dec 1, 2012 at 7:57 pm

    This sounds awesome! I am new to Long Island and would love to find a permaculture meet-up or community to share ideas and learn from!

  • 8 Jean Acton // Mar 25, 2013 at 8:56 pm

    I am looking for a place to buy native Long Island low bush blueberry plants (about 6 ) and other native plants. All I find are wholesalers.

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