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Here Come the Girls

Tomato seedlings growing away

It’s silly, I know, to humanize plants, seedlings and seeds, but with so much information out there, much of it contradictory and most of it ‘ticklist’, it’s something that helps my little mind prioritize and it sorts things out in my head. Sow in March directly into moist raked soil …

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Produce No Waste

Produce no waste, another, you guessed it, permaculture principle, and a key part of any design.   It’s so easy in the UK to ‘deal with’ waste – some blokes come and take it away and put it into a hole in the ground that people rarely see or feel …

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The Future of Permaculture

The Four Boat Anchors Holding Back Permaculture Where does the future of Permaculture lie? Well, I would like to start off with where it doesn’t lie as that may lead us along faster if we are open and honest about it. These are areas where I feel we are wasting time if we put any real effort into them… Influencing the individual politics of others Bitching about what is wrong with the current system Doing everything for free or as a “nonprofit” Focusing on PDCs over on the ground “workshops” and multiple income sources I honestly believe each of the above represents no less than a series of boat anchors that hold back permaculture from moving forward at a much faster pace and gaining broader main stream acceptance. Indeed if each is examined with a basic analysis of what it creates vs. what it impedes the true way to move Permaculture into broader acceptance becomes clear in my opinion.

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Permaculture Survival Event

Permaculture/ Survival Event update as of 3.12.2014 class is a GO! 20 people have made a change in there Lives  & are coming LAST DAY OF TO EMAIL ABEEFRIENDLYCOMPANY@GMAIL.COM is 3/26/2014 to have a spot ******BEST PRICE IS $350.00 FOR THE DAY******* Room for two/Food/The EvEnT …

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What is a Dead Tree Worth?

Many people will say not much, it is dead, it cannot filter the air, it cannot produce any more for us. I, on the other hand, see great potential in what others call a waste. The Native Americans would use every part of a resource, letting …

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