posted on May, 31 2013 @ 11:47 AM
reply to post by fluff007
My favorite general calendar is also accurate at pinpointing moon phases, best planting days, etc:
It is surprising how many errors creep into other calendars. Be careful out there. As you scroll down the Llewellyn's page you will see some other
related choices among their calendars: Moon phases, Herbal calendar, etc. I see they now have their 2014 calendar for sale. Tip: Buy a 2014
calendar ASAP...if we have a solar hiccup during the rest of this Solar Max cycle, that way at least you will be able to keep track of what day it is.
I have contributed a lot of this kind of information on the Sustainability group on the LibraryThing website. Users there can add descriptions of
their books for free, up to 200 books anyway. The site was developed by professional librarians. I am reincarnated there as Indybooks. I started
helping out with that group because of the importance of the subject of sustainability and the seeming inability of the ATS structure to maintain
coherent links to subsections of sustainability (sad but apparently true), which is certainly a concern because sustainability is such a wide and deep
concept. Here's that link:
Here is an online calendar recommended by the permaculture community:
ATS peeps in the Southern Hemisphere, we have not forgotten about you. Here's an Australian permaculture calendar:
Here is a site that offers moon phase planting for either hemisphere (yes, there are differences by hemisphere, this site says). You can click on the
moon phase of interest:
edit on 5/31/2013 by Uphill because: Added a link.