In any industry, profession or hobby there is a lot of terminology or buzzwords and in the world of gardening and self sufficiency there is more than a few to describe what you can do.
I remember a while a go I had a few people come over to view my garden and the one lady asked "if I practised permacuture?", well yes and no I said, there are many ways to describe current gardening methods:
Back to Eden,
Min till (minimum tillage),
And Many More!
And I fit somewhere in there. Some I certainly don't do (double dig or bio-dynamic) and many I certainly do!
I'm not sure where I am on that list but I certainly don't like to put a label on my gardening "style" as then I feel I can't experiment or mess around with other methods.
My current method of gardening would best be described as "an organic approach that used no dig or minimum tillage (or though I occasionally dig over a plot completely) , whilst practising some aspects of permaculture when it comes to fruit and trees, some of sustainable and regenerative agriculture, but with many annual veg with a bio-intensive spacing utilising plasticulture to suppress weeds where necessary.
Actually I think what I'm trying to say is it's best not to label the type of gardening you do as you might end up restricting yourself.
Do what works, try something new every year and keep experimenting to keep it interesting.
Just make sure you look after the soil and the rest looks after itself.
What buzzwords would you add to that list?
What over the top way could you use to describe your current gardening methods?