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[+] plants » Sepp Holzer's perennial grain (Go to) Cécile Stelzer Johnson
[+] meaningless drivel » Alzheimers is brain diabetes ? (Go to) Renate Howard
[+] masanobu fukuoka » Fukuoka's diet philosophy and wild food (Go to) larry korn
[+] hugelkultur » Paul Wheaton's hugelkultur article thread (Go to) andre moise
[+] hugelkultur » Interesting keyhole/hugelkultur design (Go to) Opalyn Rose
[+] organic » Pee good for the garden?? (Go to) Paulo Bessa
[+] resources: seeds, plants, honey, consulting, etc. » Looking for Texas Dandelion (False Dandelion) Pyrrhopappus (Go to) maikeru sumi-e
[+] plants » Comfrey Bocking 4 and 14: Clarification Please? (Go to) Johann Kuntz
[+] organic » Is Jerusalem artichoke good for young fruit tree? (Go to) maikeru sumi-e
[+] plants » Can squash seeds survive winter? (Go to) Daniel Morse
[+] hugelkultur » Costs of Hugulkulture-beds, swales, etc (Go to) Devon Olsen
[+] permaculture » dealing with huge rainfall fluctuations? (Go to) Katya Barnheart
[+] honey bees » time to replace the European honey bee? (Go to) Dale Hodgins
[+] organic » Growing Wheat (Go to) Fred Tyler
[+] fungi » mycotoxins, whats the risk (Go to) greg patrick
[+] permaculture » Doubts about Holzer? (Go to) paul wheaton
[+] honey bees » Mothra ate my bees! (Go to) maikeru sumi-e
[+] masanobu fukuoka » masanobu fukuoka (Go to) Arthur Hau
[+] financial strategy » the key to wealth: stop acting rich (Go to) Anne Miller
[+] plants » About Plums (Go to) Patrick Mann
[+] plants » About Plums (Go to) Patrick Mann
[+] permaculture » Forested or Recently Logged: Which makes a more ideal canvas for a food forest? (Go to) Myron Platte
[+] frugality » Alternative Uses for Pistachio Shells? (Go to) tel jetson
[+] woodland » Questions about Japanese Bitter Orange (Poncirus trifoliata, hardy orange) (Go to) Cal Edon
[+] cover crops » clover cover crops (Go to) Aljaz Plankl
[+] meaningless drivel » New Year's Eve ditty - What are you doing New Year's Eve? (Go to) maikeru sumi-e
[+] permaculture real estate » Recommendations of where to buy land? (Go to) Bev Huth
[+] meaningless drivel » Turning Off My Computer (Go to) Dale Hodgins
[+] pollinators » New bee species found around Brooklyn NY (Go to) maikeru sumi-e
[+] movies, videos and documentaries » Abdul Kareem: Indian genius. a seed sent from heaven (Go to) Julia Winter
[+] meaningless drivel » good grief!!! (Go to) jacque greenleaf
[+] rainwater catchment » 9.34 inches of annual rain is enough. Dryland strategies (Go to) Andrew Parker
[+] meaningless drivel » The Sustainable Seafood Myth (Go to) Atom Dari
[+] rainwater catchment » 9.34 inches of annual rain is enough. Dryland strategies (Go to) Andrew Parker
[+] rainwater catchment » 9.34 inches of annual rain is enough. Dryland strategies (Go to) Andrew Parker
[+] rainwater catchment » 9.34 inches of annual rain is enough. Dryland strategies (Go to) Andrew Parker
[+] meaningless drivel » Cancer has been curable since 1933, chemical free. +Steve Jobs (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] meaningless drivel » Cancer has been curable since 1933, chemical free. +Steve Jobs (Go to) John Suavecito
[+] meaningless drivel » Where is the line between profit and integrity? (Go to) Tyler Ludens