Urban Permaculture Design and Implementation in Subtropical Climate
Urban Permaculture Design and Implementation in Subtropical Climate
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Commenced:
01/02/2016
Submitted:
29/06/2015
Last updated:
30/05/2019
Location:
QLD, AU
Website:
http://www.UrbanPermacultureProject.com
Climate zone:
Sub tropical





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Corey Schmidt Justin  Robertshaw Nathan Dow Ruben Lopez Safina Khatun
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Urban Permaculture Design and Implementation in Subtropical Climate

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Urban, Residential

Project Summary

Come and see how we transform this, just a bit over 500m2 urban block in subtropical climate, into our small permaculture paradise. :-)

Project Description

This property is situated in subtropical climate in QLD Australia.Our goal is to grow a diverse group of perennial and annual, nutrient dense food crops including fruit trees in this urban - residential property by following permaculture principles.Also we want to look at the water harvesting possibilities, catching and storing sun's energy with solar panels, improving drainage and rainwater soakage in the landscape.You will see:* A basic permaculture design for this property* Implementation and tips we have learnt on the way that could help you in your project.* Rainwater harvesting and soakage systems, drainage work, solar energy systems* Growing annual and perennial food crops, growing fruit trees* a fish/frog pond installation* ...and much more.Hope you enjoy this journey with us and please share your tips and thoughts, so we all can learn from each other and have our own, permaculture paradise where ever we happen to live :-)Warmly,Heli & Allan

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