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Merbok Food Forest

Merbok Food Forest
Food forest on a 1.3 acre of land with fruit trees, ponds, terraces, animals, rainwater harvesting, etc.
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Pigeon Peas - Perennial Source for People and Poultry

Elizabeth Sainz
Pigeon Peas – Perennial food source for people and poultry People who grow food for people and animals will appreciate the many benefits of growing pigeon peas. Pigeon Peas October 2015 Many cultures love and grow this plant, but here in the USA, we don’t hear much about it.   We’re grow...
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Aloha Farms

Aloha Farms
1/2 Acre Food Forest
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Hayes Valley Art Works

Hayes Valley Art Works
A place to come together to discuss, learn, teach, share and express artistic vision for the betterment of the neighborhood.
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Scrapping

Chris McLeod
Toothy the long haired dachshund is a feisty little character. He has a quick temper and loves a bit of scrapping. Scrapping is the act of fighting, normally hand to hand – but in the case of a dog – claw to teeth fighting. Despite his diminutive stature (dachshunds are a little bit height challe...
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Making Hugal bed

Waheed Khan
We demonstrated to the locals what is Hugalculture, and how we can benefit from it. As a demonstration we made a small bed. First we dug up a couple of feet of soil https://youtu.be/ZOARhMK2hbk.  Then added about 3" of fresh manure https://youtu.be/-n31UHWLMnc.  Then we filled the hole with woo...
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News from the bush, part 8

Zaia Kendall
On the Monday, 7th we were lazy due to heavy rain and postponed our way to the land, we finally stayed home all day and did a bit of cleaning after a great heavy sweet breakie : tarro porridge with jam and pawpaw !  Dany made some soap, Meriem sorted out legume seeds: benoir or ‘rain tree’ a...
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Planting ginger polyculture at Maungaraeeda Farm

Zaia Kendall
By Michael Brahier, practical student at PRI Sunshine Coast One of the projects that we have been working on the first couple weeks of the Permaculture Life Skills course is making raised beds to plant ginger polycultures. Ginger grows very well in this part of Queensland and is a commodity crop...
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Permaculture for Resilient Reteat Food Production National Preparedness Expo Louisville KY

Michael Cooley
Presented on the advantages of Permaulture as a design system when considering site locations and food production systems. Also discussed was natural building processes and their advantages as well as water harvesting and movement.

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Huerta de Los Almendros

Huerta de Los Almendros
A mature fruit orchard close to town. Nascent Centre for Permaculture and Transition Information and Experience and Incubator Space for local people to develop initiatives.
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Pakistan

Pakistan
To demonstrate and educate people to a better way of life and future.
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Sustainability is a loosing battle!

David Dahlsrud
For many folks being sustainable (or living a sustainable lifestyle) and being self-sufficient is their primary goal in homesteading.  I feel like having a “mission statement” like this is fundamentally flawed on a couple different levels.  For one the goal of being 100% self-sufficient by yourse...
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Al Fardous Farm Pakistan

Al Fardous Farm Pakistan
To demonstrate and educate people to a better way of life and future.
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Water Saving Systems w/ Rootstock Landscapes

Sean Jennings
We use Permaculture techniques to create systems that harvest and reuse water for urban and suburban homesteads.  We have installed countless systems and hope that some of what we learn can be passed on.  Look forward to updates in the upcoming weeks and months ahead as we explore Permaculture La...

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Rootstock Landscapes

Rootstock Landscapes
We install Water Harvesting systems, Greywater Systems and edible Food Forests. Saving water one yard at a time.
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Corn and Otoi planted below Nature Observation Platform

Patrick McGinn
Because the platform was being build, Hector took the time to dig holes with the choha and put in chunks of otoi brought from the local vendor in Bejuco. A day later corn was planted in the damp soil. No roundup has been sprayed on the soil below the platform.
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The Kul Kul Farm

The Kul Kul Farm
The Kul Kul Farm is located within walking distance from the Green School in Bali. We are passionate about growing healthy food and bringing people together in meaningful ways to learn and live closer to the land.
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RISE Permaculture Garden

RISE Permaculture Garden
This garden will be the first permaculture project of the Research Institute for a Sustainable Environment at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. This space will demonstrate a perennial food forest design for arid climates, and facilitate community interaction with native and naturalized fl...
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