One of the many paths to prosperity is to learn from those who have succeeded. Learning from someone else’s failures is preferred to those of your own. The following are examples where I have gathered knowledge on how to perform the duties necessary for this positive outcome. I hope you might be able to say the same by finding what you need in order to succeed in this type of adventure. The following are some interesting videos and papers on the subjects.

“Be prepared”. – Boy Scout Motto

      Here are some of the resources used and/or referenced in creating a small footprint on the Double Bridge Farm to encourage a more natural co-existence with the world within its boundaries:


How to start a permaculture garden in 8 steps – Master Class

Permaculture: You’ve Heard of It, But What the Heck Is It? – Brian Barth

Regenerative/Restorative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture 101 – Green America

Regenerative agriculture: merging farming and natural resource conservation profitably – LaCannel, C. E., Lundgren, J. G.

What is Regenerative Agriculture – Noble Research Institute

What Is Regenerative Agriculture? A Review of Scholar and Practitioner Definitions Based on Processes and Outcomes – Newton, P., Civita, N., Frankel-Goldwater, L., Bartel, K. and Johns, C.

No Till, No Spray

No Till vs. No Spray Food Plots (YouTube)

No Till vs. No Spray Food Plots (YouTube)

No Spray, No-Till Planting Methods – Side by Side Comparison of Three Tactics (YouTube)

“No-Till” Farming Is a Growing Practice, Horowitz, J. K., Ebel, R. M., Ueda, K.

Planting Brassica Food Plots – No-Till vs Tilling (YouTube)

Preparing a Food Plot – No Till No Spray Method (YouTube)

Towards a No-Till No-Spray Future? Introduction to a Symposium on Nonchemical Weed Management for Reduced-Tillage Cropping Systems, Brainard, D. C., Haramoto, E., Williams, M. M., Mirsky, S.

Cover Crops for Weed Management in Southern Reduced-Tillage Vegetable Cropping Systems, Price, A. J., Norsworthy, J. K.

Glyphosate resistant crops and weeds: Now and in the future., Duke, S. O., Powles, S. B.

No-Till, No-Spray Example Farms

3 Sisters Garden – Kalamazoo, Michigan

Astarte Farm – Hadley, Massachusetts

Beetroot Farm – Carbondale, Illinois

Clove Valley Community Farm – High Falls, New York

Coogan Farm – Mystic, Connecticut

Creaking Tree Farm – Grand Marais, Minnesota

Deep Hollow Farm – Chester, Connecticut

Freia Farm – Joelton, Tennessee

Full Well Farm – Adams, Massachusetts

Green Acres Cover Crops – Omaha, Nebraska

New Spoke Farm – Gray, Maine

Northern Bay Organics – Penobscot, Maine

Purdy’s Farm, CSA – North Salem, New York

Red Fern Farm – Floyd, Virginia

Sanctuary Produce Farm – Dallas, Oregon

Spring Lake Farm – Prior Lake, Minnesota

Unbound Glory Farm – Pomfret Center, Connecticut

Wander Creek Farm – Green, New York

Williwaw Farm – Easton, Maryland

Woven Farmstead – Muskegon, Michigan

Yosemite Village Permaculture Community Garden – Fresno, California

Water Conservation

Farms use 80% of the West’s water. Some in Colorado use less, a lot less – Fresh Water News

One crop uses more than half of Utah’s water. Here’s why. – The Salt Lake Tribune

Wind Power Generation

How Can A Wind Turbine Be Motionless? – Matt Ferrell (YouTube)

Updated 15 January 2023