Category Archives: keyhole

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

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How to make an African style keyhole garden. Great for hot and arid regions.

 Send a Cow (A British based African Aid Organization) The cage in the middle that is filled with compost and hay makes for a great way of holding in moisture and storing nutrient for later use. Greatly extending the life of … Continue reading

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