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Faywood Hot Springs Permaculture Projects

Barton Hiatt
Permaculture Food Forest and Fedge project at Faywood Hot Springs in NM. an RV camping and cabin park in SW New Mexico.  Looking for total immersion and relative seclusion in a relatively hot place for a while? Come Camp or R.V. or cabin if you can afford it, and I will drown you in perma...

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Mycelium Wood Wide Web

Krishanu Seal
By now the mycelium fungi network in the soil is clearly taking over!

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2019 - Exotic fruits!

Krishanu Seal
New exotic fruits make their first appearance at Sesbania!

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Attracting the pollinators!

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Introducing special diversity and attracting the real workers (pollinators)

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2018 - Our first fruits!

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Within two years of planting!

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2016 - Pioneer species taking off

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At the 6 months and at the one year mark, resp. Our hardy pioneer and drought resistant Sesbania Grandiflora species providing much needed Nitrogen around its companion trees.

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Starting off - July 2015

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This is where we started from...

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Sesbania

Sesbania
Bhaswati and I have applied Permaculture design principles on semi-arid land in Tamil Nadu, India (roughly 20 kms from Bangalore) and our efforts over the years have shown very promising results to turn highly compacted and degraded soil from years of over grazing into lush gardens with productiv...
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Tapada do Prado

Tapada do Prado
A residential and commercial permaculture project that is being developed for over 2 years.
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Martinsville Eco-House Conversion 2019 Progress

Justin Hitt
A productive year in 2019 for the Martinsville Co-House energy saving conversion project. Key efforts include: Corrective brick work, resolving erosion problems, and improving curb appeal. All working around tenants and contractors’ schedules. Following permaculture design.

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Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm

Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm
Our mission at the Sivananda Yoga Farm is to spread peace, health and joy through yoga. All are welcome to come to our ashram to learn not only about how yoga can help maintain a healthy body but also how Yogic philosophy, applied in daily life, can help maintain a peaceful mind and spirit. The g...
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Fractal Permaculture

Fractal Permaculture
Fractal Permaculture is a regenerative education, design and consultation project.
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Casinha da Floresta

Casinha da Floresta
Somos un emprendimiento social con énfasis en desarrollo territorial con comunidades de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.
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Zelenacija

Zelenacija
Natural building, biofiltration, compost, rainwater harvesting, solar energy and more
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It's Been Cold

Michael Vang
This weekend, the temperature dropped into the low thirties and potentially high twenties. The nights this week will drop into the low thirties. I was hoping that things will be warmer in April but I was wrong. So far, the lettuce mix I planted in February is doing great! I realize how amazing a...
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Skyggnissteinn

Skyggnissteinn
Dagný Guðmundsdóttir and Sigurður Jónsson live at Skyggnissteinn, a 15 acre homestead close to Geysir in the south of Iceland.
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Growing chestnut and hazelnut from seeds

Zeljko Serdar
Hazelnuts and chestnuts, are tasty nuts for baking, cooking and eating out of hand. They can be grown successfully in zones 4 through 9. The hazelnut and chestnut is easier to harvest than some other homegrown nuts, as most varieties grow as a bush instead of a tall tree. Hazel and chestnut trees...
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Paradise Permaculture

Edward  Fortenberry
Hello! My names Ed and I am the owner of Paradise Permaculture. My mission is to help redesign and reforest my hometown Paradise, Ca after the Camp Fire. 
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