Tag: Diana Heideman

It’s the Little Things: Tiny Bioimprovements… by Diana

Building seeps, bioswales, vernal ponds, marshy areas, and the likeinto your California native planting helps restore groundwater like nothing else. San Jose had extremely minimal rain the past two days, a fraction of an inch. But this little streambed pond still has a couple of […]

Grow your own luffas! No (April) Fooling! by Diana Heideman

Welcome to Postage Stamp Permaculture!  There’s so much to write about, but the bizarrely beautiful luffa gourd seemed like a great place to start. It’s a very common misconception that luffas are marine organisms, much like sponges. But they’re actually a gourd you can easily […]