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Valley of the Roses

Valley of the Roses

A 750 m2 garden in Central Bulgaria, which I am designing for my friend Vasko

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Daniel Halsey

Daniel Halsey

Biography Daniel Halsey is a PRI certified permaculture designer and teacher for the Permaculture Research Institute, and a board member for PRI/USA. Daniel has a Bachelor of Science degree in Tem...

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Richard Larson

Richard Larson

Recently was exposed to the permaculture idea and have begun to intensely implement the methods, including diversifying my city backyard and implementing a mainframe design on a wild land track.

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Family Sustainability

Family Sustainability

To increase the bio diversity and fertility of the existing orchard to produce all poultry, fruit and vegetable needs for our family (and a few friends)

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George Coe II
Chickens, water catchment barrels, more wood for Hugelkultur, some plants have arrived.
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Oscar Torres
Hey permapeople! we have been happily busy. We got there and we had to change the design completely (the map is not the territory). Here are some videos. I'm craving for your feedback! Hugs to all.
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Lesley White
A highly-promising development out of Japan: a corporation called Blest has developped a home-scale plastic to oil converter. Through the process 1kg of plastics yields 1 litre of oil.
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bob day
some observations about things i didn't know before starting this project, safety using a copper water coil and how it will change in the next design
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Zaia Kendall
Zaia talks about their style of cooking and eating at PRI Sunshine Coast, and how her history brought her here.
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Laurie Branson
When life hands you [practically] free use of a trackhoe and a skidsteer, you just start digging until they pry them from your cold, muddy hands.
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John Oberlin
Tomatoes, cabbage, one hen, some forage, and a hot compost
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Andrea Minchio
Diggind and filling paths with rubbles
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Chris Lopez
Remaking earthworks
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Roman Shapla
The ABC's of Permaculture Free downloadable coloring book
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