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[+] biochar » Another homegrown improvised biochar kiln (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] biochar » update on optimal inoculation duration (Go to) j brun
[+] biochar » Effects of bamboo charcoal on the growth performance, blood characteristics and noxious gas emission (Go to) William Bronson
[+] composting » Introducing the ARS-C - now everybody can make biochar (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] biochar » Biochar with bokashi (Go to) s. lowe
[+] biochar » Biochar with bokashi (Go to) s. lowe
[+] biochar » update on optimal inoculation duration (Go to) j brun
[+] personal care » Natural ways to regrow teeth--save thousands of dollars, avoid mercury/etc. and grief of dentist (Go to) C West
[+] personal care » Natural ways to regrow teeth--save thousands of dollars, avoid mercury/etc. and grief of dentist (Go to) C West
[+] biochar » update on optimal inoculation duration (Go to) j brun
[+] nibblers » Portland Oregon Squirrels Available, Will Catch for You (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] gardening for beginners » Is there any compelling reason to deal with tiny thyme leaves instead of oregano's manageable ones? (Go to) Nick Williams
[+] biochar » update on optimal inoculation duration (Go to) j brun
[+] biochar » update on optimal inoculation duration (Go to) j brun
[+] plants » Your plants might be more dangerous than you think (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] large farm » Mark Hyman interviews Gabe Brown: health and regenerative agriculture (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] permaculture » Watch "Kiss the Ground" Movie Launch Free on Youtube Tonight ( Sep 23 '20) Regenerative Agriculture (Go to) Gray Henon
[+] composting » Introducing the ARS-C - now everybody can make biochar (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] composting » Introducing the ARS-C - now everybody can make biochar (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] composting » Introducing the ARS-C - now everybody can make biochar (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] biochar » Biochar Study (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] plants » Trifoliate Orange as a hedge? (Go to) Joe Grand
[+] transition towns » Permaculture Town in Oregon? (This could be happening!!!) (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] permaculture » Piss, how much is too much.. (Go to) Hugo Morvan
[+] medicinal herbs » Natural Solutions to our Health Care Problems (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] food as medicine » Fasting: I find it easier to "not eat" than to "eat less" (Go to) Aimee Hall
[+] perennial vegetables » sea buckthorn (Go to) Hester Winterbourne
[+] perennial vegetables » Rhubarb, Beyond Jams, Pies and Crumbles (Go to) G Freden
[+] perennial vegetables » Anyone cultivating Ramps? (Go to) Devin Bachelder
[+] tinkering with this site » It really could just be deleted? (Go to) r ranson
[+] biochar » Pot shards (Go to) Mike Kenzie
[+] perennial vegetables » Checkermallow – A great native PNW perennial vegetable (Go to) Barbara Wilt
[+] biochar » Pot shards (Go to) Mike Kenzie
[+] zero waste » getting plastic out of our life (Go to) Mexis Ada
[+] tinkering with this site » It really could just be deleted? (Go to) r ranson
[+] lawn » Lawns Into Meadows - growing a regenerative landscape by Owen Wormser (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] biochar » Pot shards (Go to) Mike Kenzie