Keep It Simple Farm – Our brick and mortar Urban Farm and Feed Store in Redmond, WA. You can pick up any of our products in the store.
Gardening with Microbes – A site dedicated to educating people about the importance of microbes in your soil and gardening practices.
The Logical Gardener Forum – A free forum created by Tim Wilson and myself as a way to discuss and promote science-based horticulture.
Seattle Tilth – Seattle Tilth inspires and educates people to grow food organically, conserve natural resources and support local food systems in order to cultivate a healthy urban environment and community.
Microbe Organics – Tim Wilson’s site on microscopy of compost teas. He has a DVD available that show the different beneficial microorganisms in compost teas and compost, as well as a uniquely designed commercial tea brewing systems.
NW Bloom – Through ecological design and sustainable construction our aim is to integrate people and the landscape, creating functional and beautiful garden spaces.
The Garden Guy & Co. -The Garden Guy & Co. is a full service landscape company that provides a creative approach to making your outdoor space a perfect retreat.
Rad Roasting Company – Hands down the best roasted coffee I’ve ever had and an opportunity to support a small local business. If you’re a coffee aficionado, I highly suggest you check them out! We even have our own organic KIS Farm blend available in our store.
"The Intelligent Gardener" by Steve Solomon
"Teaming with Microbes: A Gardener’s Guide to the Soil Food Web" by Jeff Lowenfels
"Teaming with Nutrients" by Jeff Lowenfels
"The One-Straw Revolution: An Introduction to Natural Farming" by Masanobu Fukuoka
"The Secret Garden: Dawn to Dusk in the Astonishing Hidden World of the Garden" by David Bonanis
"Organic Gardening: Your Seasonal companion to creating a Beautiful and Delicious Garden" by Maria Rodale
"The Botany of Desire" by Michael Pollen
Soil Biology Primer – see http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/soil/SoilBiology/soil_biology_primer.htm to order or view online for free. Compiled by the Soil and Water conservation Society and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service