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Welcome to the Easiest Gardening With Little or No Weeding and a Huge Harvest!   You are invited to our Cinderblock, Shallow Raised Bed Gardening and Homemade Substrates Webinar:   Date: June 11, 2013   Time:  7:00 PM CST   Location:  Online /Worldwide   Cinderblock Gardening/Backyard Sq. Foot Gardening Online Training by Popular Demand!   Learn […] Read more

[galleryview id=18] We are very excited about a new group of volunteers that basically came from our AESL training sessions. We give people who love sustainability the opportunity to come and “help us” at the farm and learn the ropes! Also we have some wonderful people from a downtown Dallas organization who help street people and troubled […] Read more

It’s important to be ready when the big harvest comes. It usually comes fast and no matter how you feel or how busy your are, crops must be brought in and processed. Sometimes if we have more than we can handle or no time to can at the moment, we will blanch and freeze the veggies first […] Read more

May 2011 Harvest Video

See the results of what happens when you add our new super fish mulch to your garden! Many of these plants are growing in less than 6 inches of soil!  [youtube]http://youtu.be/pkyI8QGN8g0[/youtube] Click the Red Button Below to Subscribe to Our Youtube Channel!   Next: Click here to read more posts from our sustainability blog! Read more

This year we got another surprise at the AESL farm. Due to heavy traveling schedules, we put our crops in one month late but according to local gardeners our crops are at least a month and half early.   What happened?   We developed what we call, “super fish mulch.” Everything we put into the […] Read more

All these gardens combined, produced over 50,000 peppers and hundreds of pounds of other produce on a very tiny micro-farm.  85% of these crops were grown in less than 5 ½ inches of substrate using recycled materials and fertilized with fish waste. This is just one picking last fall! The fall tour of peppers drew […] Read more

Grow Pouch Gardening

Crops grow in bags that can be placed anywhere you wish. Place these in your garden or hang from your porch. Especially good for potatoes and can be harvested any time. [galleryview id=9] Read more

Feed Sack Garden

This garden is layered with feed sacks or cardboard or newspaper, mulch, and hay. The garden alone yields an abundant harvest from spring till the first freeze, even in hot summer months as roots are protected with thick mulch. Fish slurry is added before the feed sacks ensuring abundant microbial life. This garden alone can […] Read more