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What a great illustration of how zones work in a permaculture system. Some great permaculture posters linked to in this post - including zebras in zone How cool.

Finally, a permaculture article that doesn't read like a religion. These 9 permaculture principles are based on the concept of mimicking Nature. Suggestions and examples are given, so you can implement them in your own garden or farm. Just the science; no politics.

Permaculture Principles for Practical Gardeners and Farmers -

These 9 permaculture principles are based on the concept of mimicking Nature. Suggestions and examples are given, so you can implement them in your own garden or farm. Finally, a permaculture article that doesn't read like a religion.

Backyard Permaculture Design. How to perform a site analysis.

Permaculture Design: How to Perform a Site Analysis of Your City Lot – Homesteading and Livestock

The first step to successful permaculture design is understanding your land. Performing a site analysis and assessment of your city lot will clue you in on sun and shade patterns, water trends, and soil quality.

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The wood functions as a all-natural moisture sink. So a great deal of individuals are hesitant to use wood when they're doing their mulching procedure Continue Reading →

BAWC Week 6: Introduction to Permaculture by Bill Mollison - BasilandFig

Introduction to Permaculture, Bill Mollison. Permaculture works with nature to make a better world for all. By observing the natural world we can see a set of principles at work. Permaculture design uses these principles to develop integrated systems that

permaculture-prowess: “ Principle 7: Design from patterns to details By stepping back, we can observe patterns in nature and society. These can form the backbone of our designs, with the details...

permaculture-prowess: “ Principle Design from patterns to details By stepping back, we can observe patterns in nature and society. These can form the backbone of our designs, with the details filled in as we go. Every spider’s web is unique to its.

Keyhole garden. Designed for arid environments with poor soil, it's a raised bed system with a built in compost basket. Self fertilizing, and super efficient at holding in moisture. Can be built in a day. Uses 1 gallon of water a day.:

Designed for arid environments with poor soil it's a raised bed system with a built in compost basket. Self fertilizing and super efficient at holding in moisture. Uses 1 gallon of water a day.

Zone Analysis of Our Homestead – Part 1

Zone Analysis of Our Homestead – Part 1 (Gentleman Homestead)

How to plant efficiently with permaculture principles

How to Plant Efficiently With Permaculture Principles

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Want healthy food? It all starts in the soil. Permaculture connects many things from community building to architecture to entrepreneurial enterprise to soil regeneration. Want to learn how to make life better? Take a permaculture design course. ...  #Harmony #Permaculture #Design #Natural #Integrated #Hugelkultur

Want healthy food? It all starts in the soil. Permaculture connects many things from community building to architecture to entrepreneurial enterprise to soil regeneration. Want to learn how to make life better? Take a permaculture design course.

Natural Health News and Wellness Tips | Natural Remedies and Products: Hugelkultur: Natural Permaculture Gardening

Hügelkultur (German, meaning “hill culture” or “mound culture”) is the garden concept of building raised beds over decaying wood piles. Decayed timbers become porous and retain moisture while.

Build a self fertilized Garden with Minimum Irrigation #livingecology #permacultureinternship

101 Permaculture Designs

Some really interesting ideas You can never pin too much info on Hugelkulture. I slready have my test bed started. Hopefully I get good results next year. One of the bad things about living so far North, the growing season is never long enough.

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