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Steve Hanson

Steve Hanson

Steve completed his 72 Hour PDC in Llanfyllyn, Powys, Wales in May 2009 with Steve Jones, Chris Evans, Chris Dixon, Looby McNamara, Amanda Dean, and Hannah Towsey. Steve’s PDC followed a seven ...

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eric seider

eric seider

Eric Seider grew up in the suburbs of Rhode Island in The North Eastern United States, a cool temperate climate. His house was on 3/4 of an acre with a large garden, and fruit trees, near the beach...

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Sailchearnach

Sailchearnach

Non-commercial smallholding in the west of Ireland (fruit & veg, dairy goats & chickens, flowers, bees and plenty of wildlife ...). Trying to meet many of our needs with not too much work :)

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Reforest Alba

Reforest Alba

An informal regional project for Scots to return the Caledonian Forest to its former glory, for the sake of biodiversity and ecological stability for our descendants.

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Ignazio Schettini
One year cycling around the mediterranean countries, a Mediterranean Permaculture Lab's idea
Posted 16 days ago (1 comments)
Zaia Kendall
An update of the happenings at PRI "Maungaraeeda", Sunshine Coast
Posted 14 days ago (0 comments)
Chris Lopez
Rose garden to forest garden one progression
Posted 17 days ago (4 comments)
Mihalache  Marius
Fresh legumes and fruits
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Josiah Wallingford
We like to understand how our life systems live and interact in their environment. So, we put a time-lapse camera inside of our chicken coop to see just how the life of the chickens was going.
Posted 24 days ago (0 comments)
James Reid
Building, enhancing and maintaining healthy soils is one of the main aims of our work here at PRI Tap o’ Noth – it’s literally the foundation of the whole project. And let’s face it, without soil we’d all be in trouble.
Posted about 1 month ago (0 comments)
Richard Larson
Simple design stronger than an elephant's leg. A necessary item for the city backyard where composting is an important function in building garden soil.
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Daan de Boer
Building eco-style :)
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James Reid
The human body has within its waste products (faeces and urine) pretty much all the suitable nutrients needed to help grow the food we need to keep ourselves healthy and well fed.
Posted 29 days ago (5 comments)
Cara Conroy-Low
One Acre Cold Climate Food Forest thriving in Zone4, Eastern BC.
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