Back to Eden

I absolutely love finding out about gardeners/farmers who are innovative and creative. They help me to realize that after almost 40 years of gardening, I’ve only begun to scratch the surface. I find that exciting! Our infinite God has created our world to reflect His character and because of that there will always be something new to learn.

I recently found a documentary that may be viewed for free called Back to Eden. Paul Gautshci’s methods are extremely productive without a lot of back breaking work. He grows in wood chips! Sit back tonight, relax and be prepared to be amazed. You may view the DVD for free here: or purchase it here (yeah, that would help me a little).

Shared with Sunday School, Monday Mania, Homestead Barn Hop, Fat Tuesday, Teach Me Tuesday, Tuesday Garden Party, Frugal Days Sustainable Ways, Rural Thursday, Simple Lives Thursday, Farmgirl Friday

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14 Responses to Back to Eden

  1. Amanda Farr says:

    I seen this movie this year and I am hooked!! I plan to garden this way from now on. Great!! I just moved last year to a new place and the soil here is like cement. I have taken a year to just observe the shade, snow fall, sun, everything about my yard. Now I am ready and I found the Back to Eden movie. Just what I needed. 🙂

  2. I love that you are being patient to observe your property. Everything in us wants to just move forward, but I think this is a vital step in success.

  3. Jessica B says:

    I just posted about this documentary on my blog, as well as ‘Hungry For Change’ a must see as well. Amazing documetaries.

  4. SOunds interesting! I need to check it out.

  5. Jenni says:

    Thanks for sharing this. I love reading and learning about innovative ways to garden as well. I’m putting in a lasagna garden bed right now and hope to see some good results.

    Speaking of inspiring garden videos, have you seen “A Man Named Pearl?” It’s on Instant Download from Netflix.

  6. Nancy says:

    I haven’t seen this doc yet, but you’ve got my interest peaked. I will look for it.
    Thank you so much for sharing at Rural Thursday!

  7. Kerri says:

    My family and I watched the film and decided to really dive in….so we are transforming our front yard into a garden. We found a free source of aged wood mulch. My dear husband and some friends have helped to transport truck loads of the mulch. They must have gone at least two dozen times, and we have dozens more loads still needed! Some of the new garden areas will not be used this growing season, but at least the ground will be ready for us when we are ready. It has been a lot of work, but a lot of fun. I must have used hundreds of newspapers to put on top of our grass. The four oldest of my children are able to help, the other three help in their little kid ways 🙂 We are all excited to taste the results of our work!

  8. Debbie says:

    This dvd is amazing! It has changed the way I look at gardening forever!
    thanks for sharing it again on the Farmgirl Friday blog hop!

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