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Nam-Ha Quach

Nam-Ha Quach

Born on a sinking boat in the middle of the ocean with pirates chasing our vessel as my family and many others fled Vietnam... That was over 30 years ago. Now I am a husband, a father of 3 beautifu...

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Klien Karoo Sustainable Dryland Permaculture Project

Klien Karoo Sustainable Dryland Permaculture Project

The Klien Karoo Sustainable Dryland Permaculture Projects is a not for profit company based on the farm Berg en Dal. The project focuses on education and training in the field of permaculture. We a...

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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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Mudlark Permaculture

Mudlark Permaculture

Mudlark Permaculture is an Urban Permaculture Demonstration site on half an acre. Our intention is to live, teach and demonstrate Permaculture ethics and principles in action, and to empower our co...

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Freya Mackenzie
Group decides to launch a garden project and apply for funding from the municipality of Ste Anne de Bellevue's 2014 "Sustainability Fund"
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Gregory Amos
We are in the highlands of Nicaragua, a place that has about 6 months of sunny weather: perfect to dry fruits!
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Rene Nijstad
We're excited to start our own permaculture farm in rural Colombia, and we hope to become another part of the PRI master plan sites around the world!
Posted 7 days ago (1 comments)
Neal Spackman
Evaluating the species to plant based on a water budget.
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Sue Spies
Changing weather patterns in this province have been disruptive to local food production and having attended the Climate Leader training with Al Gore I have some new insights to what is happening here on our doorstep
Posted 9 days ago (2 comments)
Claudette Fleming
Farming has been done by indigenous peoples for centuries. Planting by the elements and animals are valued as part of the food system too. In traditional communities, once the land can produce, there is food and people do not starve.
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Richard Larson
The snow is going to melt in a few weeks giving way to spring! Now is the time to experiment with this seeding technique.
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Andy Homer
Getting a neglected organic farm back on its feet again using permaculture principles.
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Marion Roberts
Autumn/Winter soil preparation for spring planting of fruit trees
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Marion Roberts
First attempt at making hot compost. All suggestions welcome
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