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Vanessa Monge Augusto Fernandes
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Gold Coast , Queensland, Australia
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Wolds Woodland Farming Project Broadscale Forest Garden Design The Center For Bioregional Living Paradiesgarten Voluntourism: Conscious Permaculture New School Permaculture Quail Springs Permaculture Permacultura na Escola : educação para a sustentabilidade Katamatite Garlic No Small Dreams Permablitz Gold Coast Southern Beaches Community Garden Kendall Permaculture Farm Self Sufficient House and Land The Kurwongbah Overflow Permaculture Noosa Local Seed Networks Gaia University Casa Colmeia Estação de Permacultura Litorânea Transition Towns - Maitland Milkwood Bioconstruction Ibitipoca Gralha Azul Farm Quinta do Vale Quinta Nemus Monte do Carrascal seghersecoplant; natural waterpurification systems and growery Permaculture Siebzger The Seed Savers' Network ANIMA MUNDI Chico Permaculture Guild The Panya Project The Forest Gardens Ashmore Community Garden Permaculture Gold Coast Church/Community/Food Bank Garden Permaculture Association of South Australia Inc. Djanbung Gardens Permaculture Education Centre Eden Farms Nature Retreat Permaculture Trade Association The Human Habitat Project Kamiah Permaculture Institute Mountain Roots Community Gardens Project Camp Guardian Young Permaculture Purple Pear Farm Integro Food Forest Kinesi Orphans Permaculture Project Nemenhah Perma-Village Model Sixteenth Street Lincoln School Garden Druid Circle Outdoor Classroom Abdallah House Urban food gardening Siren Song Farm- Farm Scale Permaculture Strawberry Fields Eco Lodge Permablitz Brisbane 2701 North 29th Street Practical Permaculture Research Institute Farm School The Farm Ecovillage Training Center O FOJO Permaculture | Integral Education Center Tree Frog Permaculture Church gardens for the local poor Heart Gardens Roundel Wood Earth Passengers Living Rhythm Farm Graceville Community Garden Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute Veduna Centre Quaking Aspen Permaculture Alderleaf Farm Molokai Permaculture Education Initiative - PRI USA & Sust`aina ble Molokai Partnership Oficina comunitária Linda-a-Velha Addison Road Community Garden Perth City Farm The Crop Circle E-village Earth-n-us Urban Permaculture design True Nature Farm - Sustainable Living & Wilderness School Embun Pagi Stony Brae Farm PermaLot Daraja Academy Permaculture Project Recovery of Foodforestsystems at foot of Kilimanjaro Permaculture Institute of Eastern Ontario Foxglove Farm & the centre for Arts, Ecology & Agriculture pian del rosso Philly Food Forests Noosa Forest Retreat Wildwood Community Permacultured Gardens Ceres - O poder do sagrado feminino resgatando a natureza criadora da Mãe Divina Terra de Estrelas Coletivo Permacultores
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Turning your swimming pool into a fish farm using the Silver Pearch(Bidyanus Bidyanus)

We have approximately 3 kilos of Silver Pearch and 4 kilos of small native fish in our pool.Swimming pools are ,if run along traditional lines unproductive,poisoness enviroments,that cost upward of 2500 dollars per year to maintain.

Posted about 13 years ago (2 comments)

Turning Aquatic weeds into enriched mulch,creating diverse microbal communities and saving your energy.,

We are currently coming to the end of our summer harvest,this means ,get ready for Autumn.Subtropics, mulch mulch mulch,we attempt to return at least 60-80 percent of our gardens bio mass back to the soil,I do not dig anymore prefering my soil workers to

Posted about 13 years ago (16 comments)
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PDC course
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Teacher: Geoff Lawton
Location: Permaculture Research Institute
Date: Oct 2007

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