Permaculture garden Sint-Oedenrode
Permaculture garden Sint-Oedenrode
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Commenced:
01/09/2011
Submitted:
27/09/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
boskantseweg 71, Sint-Oedenrode, The Netherlands, Sint-oedenrode, Noord-Brabant, NL
Phone:
06-49696171
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate





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Permaculture garden Sint-Oedenrode

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Rural, Residential

Project Summary

Start of a Permaculture Garden on a small piece of soil (10 by 50 meters). No pesticides/fertilizer has been used during the last 18 years on this land (or neighbouring land). The garden is a test for me in person to try to make a permaculture garden, and a way to show others what is possible.

Project Description

Start of a permaculture garden on a small piece of soil (10 by 50 meters) which has been abandoned for the last 18 years. No pesticides/fertilizers have been used during this time on this land or the neighbouringland. The garden is used as a start for me personaly in order to learn to work in permaculture. I also hope that more people will want to help me in my town (Sint-Oedenrode).

I will try to start a blog about the garden, so other people can read what is happening and which problems I encounter. They can also learn about permaculture. Finaly, I want to show people around in this project, so they can learn about permaculture. Although I have finished the PDC, I feel 72 (in fact more about 100) hours of lessons about permaculture is not nearly enough for me to be able to teach people. I am however able to show people the basics, and I want to show this to people so they can start for themselves.

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