Backyard Logs

Keep a logbook. Pioneers demonstrate what works and doesn't. Experiments, plant logbooks and crop logbooks. Consumers and Enterprise.

Target

Not only Mobile Gardeners

Applicable to schoolteachers, the inexperienced, students, anyone and permaculturists.

What's the catch? Others learn from you. We do not use your publications for any revenue-generating endeavors.

Notable inventors, scientists and engineers have kept logs.

Leonardo da Vinci April

Leonardo da Vinci

Galileo Galilei February

Galileo Galilei

Evangelista Torricelli October

Evangelista Torricelli

Alessandro Volta March

Alessandro Volta

Thomas A. Edison February

Thomas A. Edison

Madame Marie Curie November

Madame Marie Curie

Albert Einstein March

Albert Einstein

Nikola Tesla July

Nikola Tesla

You

You

How success is measured

The longer a tree lives, the more likely its caretaker is doing a great job. Without written logs by caretakers everywhere, this website cannot exist. Following the philosophy of 'Monkey see, monkey do' or 'Great leaders make more leaders', readers can learn from caretaker techniques.

This website is optimized to display successful caretaker logs by the volume of harvest logged.

Person with logs Crowd watching

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Photography

  1. Leonardo da Vinci: This image is in the United States Public Domain. Thank You Raffaello Sanzio Morghen and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
  2. Galileo Galilei: This image is in the United States Public Domain. Thank you Sarah K. Bolton.
  3. Frontispiece to "Lezioni accademiche d'Evangelista Torricelli...": This image is in the United States Public Domain.
  4. Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta. Line engr: Thank you Wellcome Trust, a global charitable foundation based in the United Kingdom.
  5. Portrait of Thomas Alva Edison: This image is in the United States Public Domain. Thank you A. Radclyffe Dugmore.
  6. Marie Curie: This image is in the United States Public Domain. Source: Christie's
  7. Albert Einstein during a lecture in Vienna in 1921: This image is in the United States Public Domain. Thank you Author Ferdinand Schmutzer.
  8. Southern California coastal Transverse Ranges covered in mist: Thank you Wing-Chi Poon.
  9. Uncle Sam (pointing finger): Thank you James Montgomery Flagg.
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