Trees that are Great Soil Companions in Three Different Climates

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Nitrogen fixing trees are the safest solution to the problem of nitrogen deficiency in present day’s agriculture. Nitrogen fixing tress can solve the problem by accumulating Nitrogen from the atmosphere and storing that within their body to use that themselves and release that into the soil for other neighbors. Though these trees don’t possess any danger for us like chemical fertilizers do, they may bring a total collapse to an […]

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DIY Chicken Coops and Cutting Feed Costs 100%.

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Chickens are the gateway to sustainability (and freedom). If you are just starting out and want to know how to get the set up right or if you are just looking for some hints and tricks. That’s where I come in… I’ve literally helped thousands of folks just like you… Justin’s Video Trailer, view the full video here. PLUS, I’m giving away my plans for my ChickShaw and Chicken Tractor […]

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Life in Syntropy

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“Life in Syntropy” is the new short film from Agenda Gotsch made specially to be presented at COP21 – Paris. This film put together some of the most remarkable experiences in Syntropic Agriculture, with brand new images and interviews.

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When You Grow Your Food—You Know Your Food

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When did food get so complicated? Not complicated to prepare, of course; the more complex our ingredient labels have become. Processed Foods & Their Ingredients—Mystery After Mystery

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Practical Permaculture Training at PRI Sunshine Coast

Practical Permaculture Training at PRI Sunshine Coast

Tom Kendall from the Permaculture Research Institute Sunshine Coast shows how to consolidate your Permaculture knowledge with practical training at Maungaraeeda.

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5 Fun and Fruitful Techniques for Small-Scale Earthworks

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I’ve spent most of the last two years volunteering on farms throughout Central and South America, as well as a three-month sojourn through Spain, and in that time, I’ve learned a ton from the people I’ve worked with and, I like to think, shared a lot as well. I’ve been introduced to trees and plants I’d never encountered before. I’ve pruned and harvested in new ways. I’ve played with different […]

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California Drought Update. A Way Forward

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California’s drought woes are well known. One Central Valley farmer thinks he might have at least a partial solution: flooding. While most farmers would steer clear of what seems like a counterintuitive plan, Cameron thinks the ambitious scheme could help put “millions of acre feet” of water back into the valley’s underground aquifer. Doing so in the winter, when El Nino runoff is in great supply, can help replenish the […]

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Greening of Singapore

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In the current situation people are more industrialized, not minding about what they need to eat and their environment. Destruction of trees and food crops has been the biggest problem that is affecting most developing countries and also some developed ones. Singapore is now on the right track. They have changed the statement of “A Garden in a City” to “A City in a Garden”.

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Amazing Off-the-Grid Tiny House on Wheels in Australia

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A tour of Fred and Shannon Schultz’s amazing off-the-grid tiny house on wheels in Victoria, Australia. Fred spent 3 years designing the house in SketchUp and another year building it, mostly by himself and with little experience.

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MAN vs EARTH – The loss of our Childhood Characters – Price EA

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In the next ten to a hundred years, every beloved animal character in every children’s book is predicted to go extinct. Horton hears a Who? Horton is but a myth our great grandchildren will giggle at. Simba and Mufasa? Strange and mystical beasts that once existed. Tigger?…. An ancient creature from long ago.

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[Video] Why Chickens – With Joel Salatin (and friends).

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I still can’t believe all that chickens can do for me (and you)… I’m talking eggs, meat, getting stuff done and connecting to your food. What’s Inside the Video?
1) One Reason for Chickens (Food): Eggs and Meat. 4 eggs a week, 6 Ibs of meat.
2) Another Reason (Work): I don’t till, fertilize, buy compost, spread mulch, use pesticides or herbicides.
3) Yet Another Reason for Chickens: Getting connected to your food source.

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Have Questions, Receive Answers, How Easy is This

Have Questions, Receive Answers, How Easy is This

If you have a site specific problem or just a question you would like to have answered from an experienced Permaculturalist, please read on.

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