Notes From Windward
Fresh news about what we're up to in 2015Tanning Bunny Hides
Kari writes about her success with salt and alum.Bunny Gratitudes
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENTFelted Projects
A look various practical and artistic felt projects.Felting Windward Wool
Claire gives a detailed description of the felting process she uses.Harvesting Feathers
Claire writes about harvesting Windward bird feathers.Technology in Service of Community
Lindsay and Walt share their perspective.Main silvopasture swale gets it's first big test.
Coppice Agroforesty at Windward
an overview of our evolving practicesAnnouncing: Windward Whole System Fellowship
Learn about a new opportunity to immerse yourself in sustainable community!Rabbits - Livestock Update
Opalyn shares about our current rabbits.Water Harvesting Road Hardware
checking erosion and putting water to work in the landscape.Baby Bunnies - Growing (up)
Opalyn shares about the growth and shearing of the German Angora Rabbits.Roof-Water-Fed Retaining Wall Hugelkultur Beds for the Dining Hall Patio
Andrew describes more developments in Windward's zone 1Spindling Wool
Opalyn shares about spindling blended wools.Wall-E needs a few more repairs.
Keeping Wall-E on track. :)The Village Helix
Lindsay shares pictures from Windward's recent Open HousePartnering with Our Plant Allies
Andrew describes species selection for remeditation and agroforestry.Finding Long-Term Climate Data in the US Using NOAA
Article Andrew recently wrote for PermacultureNews.orgAs events unfold my attention turns to seating.
Opalyn shares her experience building a paracord-laced oak chair."Pan"ache
Pat shares the new additions to the chicken flockRocks In the Garden!
Pat introduces our new plant labelling system
Andrew describes this springs progress on this long-term project
Our German Angora baby bunnies are one month old.
Opalyn shares photos of our growing babies.Life and Death With the Chickens
New member Pat shares about her work with Windward's chicken flockMay Garden Update
Lindsay shares some updates from the gardenRabbit Colony Experiment
Claire introduces and updates on The Rabbit Colony Experiment
Spring Zone-1 Garden Update
Andrew describes the further development of Windward's zone-1
- - The Two Newest Hugelkultur Beds
- - Rose, Allium, Grape Guild Beds
- - Other Guilds in the Zone-1 Garden
- - Planting in the Edges
- - Edging the Grey Water Vault
Opalyn shares photos of our growing babies.I'm here to once again fall in love with learning
Evergeen intern Chelsea gives an introductionWall-E's Transmission Rebuild is Complete!
Opalyn and Pat wrap up the repairs.Our Rabbits!
Opalyn introduces our adult rabbits.Creating Productive Food Forest Ecosystems
Lindsay shares images from the recent permaculture weekend intensiveOur Numbers are Growing - Again
Opalyn introduces baby bunnies.
Building A Hugel Bed in the CourtyardWhy Trees?
This video Lays it outWeaving on a Peg Loom
Opalyn shares her experience of weaving on a peg loom.'Tis the Season to Dig and Plant
Lindsay talks about starting a new hugel bed for apple trees.UPCOMING EVENT: Creating Productive Food Forest Ecosysems
Andrew shares more permaculture materials in advance of the event.Seeding into Frost Heaves
Andrew shares his use of this cold-climate no-till technique.Starting Seeds
Lindsay shares about the start of the spring garden.
Wall-E Needs a Transmission Overhaul!
Opalyn shares progress on Wall-E's transmission rebuild.
Part Two New!
Starting to Put Things Back Together.
Deciphering the problem and taking things apart.
Lindsay reflects on the passing of a loved oneFiber Conversion
Opalyn talks about a fiber display at the local library.Windward Winter 2014
Claire's photo essay.Our Numbers are Growing
Opalyn introduces two little lambs.Making "Bone Sauce"
A traditional technique for keeping deer off of fruit trees.lambs. Making "Bone Sauce"
A traditional technique for keeping deer off of fruit trees.