I recently harvested my blackeyed peas. I grew them because I would like to grow enough blackeyed peas to feed us for a month, 6-months or a year. The thing is, I have no idea how many plants I would need to harvest that many blackeyed peas. Since I have never grown blackeyed peas before, READ MORE
A praying mantis visited my garden the other day. There seem to be a lot of them around here. This one was only half-grown. I have seen them much bigger.
Here is a really great infographic on how to prepare for disasters. I think we all need to think about this, since the last year or so has been such a terrible disaster. In addition to natural disasters, there are human-created disasters. I’m sure you all can think of some.
I have been thinking about next year’s garden. I know it may seem early, but the world has changed a lot in the last few years. And, who knows what will happen next, in these plaque times! It seems like a good idea to plan ahead. So, how does one go about planning for next READ MORE
Hi There! Welcome to Planned Resilience (a.k.a., PR). I am still building this website, so please bear with me. I believe this is the third iteration of PR. I believe you can find some of the older iterations on the web archive