The Resurgence of Waffle Gardens Is Helping Indigenous Farmers Grow Food with Less Water

“They are the inverse of raised beds, and for an area where it is more arid, they’re actually very efficient at conserving water,” said Enote, who leads the Colorado Plateau Foundation to protect Indigenous land, traditions, and water. Each interior cell of the waffle covers about a square foot of land, just below ground-level, and … Continue reading The Resurgence of Waffle Gardens Is Helping Indigenous Farmers Grow Food with Less Water