My other blogs:
  Open Source Business Plan for Everything Edible Landscaping
  A Salish Diet (living off of this land)
  Deconstructing Dinner
  Bucky Buckaws Backyard Chicken Broadcast
  The Bioneers
  Sustainable World Radio 
Other local edible landscaping businesses:
  Good Land Permaculture
  Hatchet and Seed Contracting
  Rose Hip
Post Envelope Origami
Seed Envelope Origami
Site for getting aerial photos of anywhere in the CRD: CRD's Natural Areas Atlas
Open source drawing: Inkscape
Open source image editing:  GIMP
Open source geographic information system:  Quantum GIS
Plant databases for research and lookup:
  Plants for a Future
  US Department of Agriculture


  1. I just left a post on another portion of your blog but feel free to include our website link here if you'd like as a fruit plant source: Small Fruits at We'll be expanding the resource/link part of our website soon so let us know if you have any suggestions in links to include there. Thanks again.

  2. Thanks for the offer. I want my clients to get plants that are at least first generation from here so that I know they have some genetic resilience in this bio region. I could however order plants from you and propagate them for use on my clients properties. Do you know what we need to do to ship over the border? Email to talk and send me a plant list by Latin name if you have one.