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Permaculture Siebzger
Permaculture Siebzger
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Siebzger 84, Miesbach, Bavaria, DE
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

aaron meades Debra Warmington Emil Moldovan Hannes Dettmann Helmut Brandl Hubert de Kalbermatten Jeroen van Beek Martin Korndoerfer Martine van der Post Michael Maag Nadja Shah Ole Deschout Stephanie Ladwig-Cooper Tim Harris Ute Bohnsack Vanessa Lazera Vanessa Monge Augusto Fernandes Wyatt Regan
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Permaculture Siebzger

Project Type

Rural, Demonstration

Project Summary

Project closed.

Project Description

This project is closed.


The first spring.

This is a preview for a little flickr album showcasing some of the things I managed to do in my spare time and lunch breaks. Hope you enjoy it. Feel free to comment anything..

Posted about 13 years ago (2 comments)

Its getting forward!

Shrubs planted, little pond, woody swale path, stone bed and rock pile established. Photos and explanations.

Posted over 13 years ago (0 comments)

Location, Climate, Site Survey

This update is intended to become a more data intensive survey of the site. With photos from last summer, capturing some of the already existing flora and fauna.

Posted over 13 years ago (0 comments)

Design Update: Swale system, ponds and rock piles!

Attempt to using swales in very humid climate (up to 1300mm/year). I want to attach some ponds as well. And: I learned something great about rock piles today.

Posted over 13 years ago (0 comments)

Plant hole, swale and little pond.

Spontaneously to a simple plant hole I attached a little swale and then a pond. Here's how and why. Pictures and video included.

Posted over 13 years ago (0 comments)

New preliminary design - tackling work next week.

I decided the final layout for the fruit shrubs section and Im going to dig the holes next week. Wanna see the design?

Posted over 13 years ago (8 comments)
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