The Apios Institute Exists to share experience and knowledge about perennial crop polyculture systems for all climates (variously known as homegardens, food forests, and forest gardens), through a collaborative network of farmers, gardeners, and researchers, in order to fill critical knowledge gaps regarding the design and management of these systems.
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Apios 3.0 Re-Development
We are presently in the midst of a significant Apios Institute Wiki overhaul and can use your help. We are working on (and fundraising for) a long list of improvements to add to the site. These include:
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The Edible Forest Gardens wiki is a co-creative space where ou can post photos and stories about perennial plants, polycultures, and forest gardens – and view posts from other edible forest gardeners from cold climates around the world. The wiki is growing quickly, and we'll soon be adding more features to better-categorize your forest gardens and polycultures. We look forward to your contribution.
Why you should be here:
We have experienced the reality that we can meet our human needs while regenerating healthy ecoystem function in our own back/front/side yards. We want to help more people do this all over the world.
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Apios is offering a work trade option: If you pledge to post some content at least once every three months, you can join for free. Click here to arrange your work trade option now.
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