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How To Use Squash Pits To Get Bigger Garden Yields

If you’ve never heard of a squash pit then you might be thinking “but squash have seeds, not pits!”. True, true, but check out this fun video.

To see more great compositing ideas check out the extreme composting videos by David Goodman at the Home Grown Food Summit. Over 7 full days, you’ll enjoy 50+ hours of video interviews with the “who’s who” of the sustainable food movement.

They’ll be covering topics like:

  • How organic gardeners produce 2X to 10X greater yields.
  • How to spend $0 feeding your chickens.
  • Natural beekeeping… how to do it WITHOUT chemicals!
  • Guide to MAKING $80 worth of compost per week.
  • Legally keeping chickens and goats in the city.
  • Raising superior eggs, milk, and meat in your backyard.
  • How to get FREE access to local seed varieties.
  • The BEST species of worms for backyard composting.
  • Understanding Cottage Food Laws (CFLs).

And we’re just skimming the surface here, so don’t risk missing out.

Register today to get your FREE TICKET to the Home Grown Food Summit (2016) that starts March 7th.

The Permaculture Research Insitute

PRI Zaytuna Farm functions as a model farm (in development) and permaculture training facility. Geoff and Nadia Lawton, world-renowned permaculture educators and consultants, lead the project. Much of Geoff and Nadia’s time over the last few years has been spent away from the Institute, consulting and helping set up projects in diverse locales around the world. Seeing the worldwide demand for knowledgeable permaculture consultants and teachers increase exponentially, as fuel and fertiliser prices skyrocket and the effects of climate change, soil depletion and water shortages begin to hit hard, priority and focus is now shifting back to the Institute, where growing the training program will increase the output of quality teachers to help fill the growing need for them.

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