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Updates from our Users...

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Ole Deschout
In society we get mostly judged or given opportunities by your diploma or education. And ofcourse next to being conditionated you learn a lot of other interesting stuff that is handy to be used if doing business, research, ... But once I was granted the opportunity to learn and work in natural wa...

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Fire Trace

John Stollmeyer
This week I spent two days, first round-weeding some mango seedlings that were planted last year (They were put in at 10 foot spacing with two rows alternating along the boundary. Eventually these trees will shade out the grass and act as a permanent fire break.) and then brush-cutting a 15 foot ...
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Full Moon Planting

Jordan Ososki
It's time for a round of late winter and early spring crops, for those who have greenhouses and hoophouses. Here at Terra Perma we're planting radishes, carrots, lettuces, kale, broccoli, cabbage, onions, chives and probably a few more! After spending the last few weeks digging swales, we've j...
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foto's

the first picture is taken when i moved in. It was a green jungle, the second is the situation right now  still very much in development

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Books

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back yard garden in Amsterdam

This is the garden of my house.
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Tree Planting Over for Winter 2010/2011

Deano Martin
Yesterday I planted the last tree of the Winter season, one of over 1,ooo. Almost all of the trees went into my new Forest Garden. The trees are predominately pioneers, to provide shelter for the primary production trees, but all provide pollen, nectar, or both for my bees. Many will also provid...

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The basecamp kitchen garden explosion

Kirsten Bradley
Putting the soil where we want it... During the Spring Permaculture Design Certificate here at Milkwood, a funny thing happened to our basecamp garden. Somehow, it quadrupled in size. It was the most un-anticipated permablitz i have ever been a part of,  and this time (for the first ...
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Monte Aton Power Plant

Jorge Crespo
Power Station: This is a 12 V system that requires much thicker cables than 24v, 48 V or 60V systems. But on the other hand it is very simple to establish by anyone wanting to mount their own power plant. Everything was done by one person only, including the base for the tracker and the m...

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Forest Garden

Steve Hanson
I spent today planting the last of the fruit trees in our forest garden, the total variety of food products now equals, Almonds,  Apples, Black Currants, Gooseberries, Peaches, Pears, Persimmons, Plums, Pomegranates, Raspberries, Red Currants, Strawberries,  Rhubarbs and Quinces: Then there are t...
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Workshops for Warren part 2

Vanessa Monge Augusto Fernandes
We use any excuse to get together on the Gold Coast,we combine "business"with pleasure.The key ingredients are always the same,a simple idea a good attitude,and a plate of food. We count ourselves as extremely fortunate on the Gold Coast,we enjoy a very beautiful climate,beautiful beaches and an...

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Fruit Heritage Conservation Garden and ...

Fruit Heritage Conservation Garden and Food Forest Project
The aim of the project is to establish a food forest using permaculture techniques in order to preserve and disseminate traditional varieties of fruit identified within the framework of the “Traditional Fruits of Mugla: Cultural Heritage, Database and Conservation Project” (Fruit Heritage Project...
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Updates Available at Website

Kyle Chamberlain
Anyone curious about current events at our site (called 'the compound' by those in on the joke) can visit the 'NEWS' section of our website: https://sites.google.com/site/humanhabitatproject/news I try to add an update at least once a month. In the future I may copy particularly relevant or inst...
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February 17, 2011

Valerie Dawnstar
I have been studying Holistic Management with a Beginning Women Farmers group here in central New York.  The course is really aimed at creating a knowledgeable, successful farmer.  It has prodded me to look at numbers more intensely which leads me to really research my intended crops.  I am tryin...

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Church of the Divine Love

Christopher Diamond
The Church of the Divine Love in Montrose, NY installed a sheet-mulched vegetable garden in the spring of 2010 in a convenient bit of lawn behind the church fellowship hall.  In their first season they were able to provide hundreds of servings of high-quality fresh vegetables to the Cortland Emer...

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Church gardens for the local poor

Many churches have small pieces of land, usually in lawn, that are not actively used but that must be managed at the church's expense. If a small percentage of such churches would plant low-maintenance vegetable gardens and fruit trees to provide fresh produce for their local emergency food ...
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Rebuilding Arched Roof Root Cellar - First Steps

William Kearns
As with any project, sometimes the "needs" must come before the "wants" and it didn't take long after purchasing the property to discover the roof was caving in on the underground root cellar / water well pressure tank house!  This would never do and I resolved to rebuild the arched roof before t...
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