Tag Archives: permaculture

2014 Seed Starting Workshop

Seed Day Flyer2 Come on out to the farm!

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Geese

So, it seems my pastures need some love. The guy I had come look to see if he wanted to cut them for hay said I had too much fescue among the brome and clover and it was only fit … Continue reading

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New Chicken Tractor

So, I go by the recycle drop off fairly regular now, I have been collecting cardboard boxes since they come broken down and I can use them in our garden to transition from traditional to raised bed system. A few … Continue reading

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Garden Beds

So, we have an awesome garden spot. It is about 40-60′, deeply tilled and heavily mulched with horse stable sweepings. The ground is so soft I can stick my hand in to the wrist with very little effort. Unfortunatly, when … Continue reading

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Update

Well, it has certainly been a very busy time! Since my last update I returned from Kabul, got a dog, a farm here in Leavenworth and a horse! We have moved in and started to unpack. Spent the 4th of … Continue reading

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Hydroponic Fish Table

Saw the photo below on Facebook and it got me thinking. Why not make a table where you are growing greens and such hydroponically in the center of the table, with visible fish growing in tanks on the outside, visible … Continue reading

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Strategic Permaculture and other things

On the advice of a good friend, I re-listened to “Calling” by Gary Barkalow today. It was a very good decision. I highly recommend it and Gary’s website It got me thinking . Based on my on pre-dispositions and proclivities … Continue reading

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