Category Archives: Huglekulture

Guest Bloggers Wanted.

Here is the deal. I love this website. I worked really hard to get it where it is, and I would like to see it go to another level. The problem is, I just don’t have the time to write … Continue reading

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Upcoming workshop: Options and Considerations for Raised Bed Gardens

First the nitty gritty: This is a FREE two hour workshop which focuses on planning and implementing a raised bed garden based on your site and its specific needs; rather than taking a one size fails all approach. During this … Continue reading

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Having trouble getting your head around Hugelkultur? Check out this video.

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Jerome Osentowski talking about all the amazing things he does in his greehouses. Make your own climate and grow anything.

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Back to Eden Garden method. (woodchip garden beds)

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Applying Permaculture design in different climates and landscape profiles.

A couple of days ago I ran across a question on a message board. What the poster was asking was whether or not Geoff Lawton’s designs that he did in hot, arid areas would work in other places. The short … Continue reading

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Paul Wheatons Keynote Speech from the S California Permaculture Convergence. Super informative.

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Forums and Community

So I was considering adding a forum here at DIY Food Supply, then I remembered that I don’t have time to manage one, and I tend to lurk on forums quite a bit more than I participate. So even though … Continue reading

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Permablitz: Deidra’s House! Not a great video but a great idea.

codegreencommunity.org What these guys have going on is something that would be very useful to every city and town in the world. Basically what they have done is formed a community where the original group starts at one property, forms … Continue reading

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