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Collection of 14 Permaculture/Homesteading Cheat-Sheets, Worksheets, and Guides

 
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Looking for some quick and easy resources to help you work with nature to start your homestead and grow your own food? This collection of cheat-sheets, worksheets, and guides cover a wide range of subjects from hugelkultur and perennial vegetables to starting your homestead.

With 58 pages in-total this collection covers a wide range of topics--here is a complete list:

1. Choose the Right Vegetable for Your Garden - Worksheet
2. Chop-and-Drop - Cheat-Sheet
3. Control Garden Pests without Toxic Chemicals - Cheat-Sheet
4. Which is Best for You? Direct Seeding or Transplanting Starts? - Cheat Sheet
5. Transform Your Garden into a Low Water Garden - Cheat Sheet
6. Mulching 101 - Introduction to Mulch and Mulch Types - Guide
7. Using Native Plants on Your Homestead - Cheat Sheet
8. Intro to Perennial, Biennial, and Annual Plants - Cheat Sheet
9. Intro to Perennial Vegetables - Cheat Sheet
10. Perennial Greens - Cheat Sheet
11. Preparing Land for Planting on the Homestead - Cheat Sheet
12. Putting Fall Leaves to Work - Cheat Sheet
13. Are Rocket Ovens Right for You? - Quiz
14. The Wild Homesteading Foundation Toolkit

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Collection of 14 Permaculture/Homesteading Cheat-Sheets, Worksheets, and Guides
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  • 14 topics covered on working with nature to start your homestead and grow your own food
 
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Thank you for the daily-ish freebie today Daron! I've already added a couple of things to my list for today. And what a gorgeous day it is out there! Thanks.
 
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What program was used to create these?  I need to know to tell my computer what program to open it with.  Thanks!
 
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Thank You

Emilie McVey wrote:What program was used to create these?  I need to know to tell my computer what program to open it with.  Thanks!



They are PDF files.

For opening the files, it is often suggested that Adobe reader is used, but I find it a trial by stodgy dough to get it working.
PDF Xchange Editor is the best. Its faster and lets you edit the files aswel as view them. Without any Adobe fuss.
https://pdf-xchange.eu/pdf-xchange-editor/index.htm

Often your Windows file manager can unzip the folder, and if not, 7zip is the best for that. Much better than Winzip.
https://www.7-zip.org/
 
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Joe Moon wrote:Thank you

They are PDF files.

For opening the files, it is often suggested that Adobe reader is used, but I find it a trial by stodgy dough to get it working.
PDF Xchange Editor is the best. Its faster and lets you edit the files aswel as view them. Without any Adobe fuss.
https://pdf-xchange.eu/pdf-xchange-editor/index.htm

Often your Windows file manager can unzip the folder, and if not, 7zip is the best for that. Much better than Winzip.
https://www.7-zip.org/




Thank you!!
 
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Thank you!
 
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Great to hear that people are enjoying them and finding them useful! 😀
 
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