‘A garden in your front yard?’ More Mainers turning lawns to gardens – On recent trends.

How to plan a scalable permaculture garden in Maine – Interview with Resilience Hub founder Lisa Fernandes.

Nonprofit greatly expands its gardens – Mentions The Resilience Hub’s design process facilitation.

What’s that? A rain barrel

With the help of Portland’s Resilience Hub, a new gardener anxiously makes a plan – An article about one of our permaculture design consultations

Six reasons to go to the 2016 Common Ground Country Fair – Highlights The Resilience Hub as one of the six!

Life can be a bowl of fast-ripening, foraged or cultivated husk cherries – Cites our community message boards:)

New Eastern Prom garden plots ready to grow – The Resilience Hub helps Cultivating Community install a new garden, permaculture-style.

Waste from brewers, coffee makers gets second life on farms – Talks about how The Resilience Hub uses all of Coffee By Design’s coffee chaff for community/gardening projects.

An ancient tool, the scythe is also a fit for modern times – Lisa is quoted about the benefits of scything.

Greenbush homestead flourishes with help of permaculture

When thumbs go seriously green

Cooperation the goal for two Portland crowd-funded startups – About the Maine Tool Library, a project incubated at The Resilience Hub.

Permaculture gardening growing fast
Although a fringe movement elsewhere, it’s booming in Maine.

Orchard atop Munjoy Hill bears fruit for children and community – Another project that emerged from our membership

North Shore Permaculture Collaborative growing from the ground up – Resilience Hub helping support other nodes of permaculture in our region