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Ute Bohnsack

Ute Bohnsack

Background: Born in 1964 in Germany I have had a keen interest in nature conservation and organic farming from a young age which led me to major in biology and chemistry, take a one year internship...

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Lisa Mahon

Lisa Mahon

Since 1998 I have owned and operated a certified organic farm in Central Victoria, Australia with my partner, Ken. Every season is different and the property is slowly evolving. I have been pass...

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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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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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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.
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Cara Conroy-Low
One Acre Cold Climate Food Forest thriving in Zone4, Eastern BC.
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Daniel Brown
Slow, cold, miserable, and somehow still busy.
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Chris Lopez
Progression of forest garden revamping as a result of a shift in vegetation, earthworks, and greywater ( primarily AC bleed & collected bath/shower water.)
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Peter Theodoros Andonyadis
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Daniel Halsey
The Complete Guide to Polycultures and Plant Guilds in Permaculture Systems
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Freya Mackenzie
No-dig garden established
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Mark Anstice
A Permaculture charity and a Permaculture cooperative in Morocco, both taking shape slowly but surely, and about to take a big leap forward.
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TANYA RETALLACK
I recently held an open garden day and workshop at my place where we looked at the 100+ Fruit herbs and vegetables growing in my urban yard.
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Mariano de la Paz
We have added swales to better hold water and check erosion by the riverbank. The food forest is also starting to yield fruits so we decided to start an apiary. Our vermiculture and simple composting methods are working well for our needs.
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