Miles Flansburg

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Wyoming & Colo: Zones 2 to 5,
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Miles was born into a ranching family. His Mom and Dad moved to the big city so he has lived in both worlds. Miles is married with two college aged children. He has been gardening all of his life , in Colorado and Wyoming. A Wyoming Master Gardener and Permaculture newbie. Miles loves hiking, camping and fishing in the Rockies. He and his family live on a small suburban lot outside of Denver and own a ten acre forested lot in Wyoming that is slowly being planted with food crops.
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Recent posts by Miles Flansburg

Howdy Jesse, I have been following the website for a while now, Looks like things are growing fast. Do you know if they are still looking at other communities in  Arizona, Wyoming, and Idaho? Any updates on those areas?
Do you know of any Utah residents who have started youtube channels? Links?
Howdy kathleen, Welcome to Wyoming!  HERE is a link to the regonal forum where you might find some others who are growing in Wyoming. What county will you be in ? You might want to check out your county extension agent as well as the local master gardeners. They were always a great help to me. Also the soil conservation service for advise on trees and schrubs at a low price.  What is your property like? All flat, trees, water sheds etc.? Do you have any pictures ?
2 years ago

I found this to be very interesting. Covers a lot of ground. I was most interested by their work  with refugees all over the world and how permiculture is becoming more decentralized rather than folks having to have their certificates.

I was hoping to get other people thoughts on this interview. What resonated with you ?
Maybe something like THIS to haul the totes up the hill?
2 years ago
What do you need help with?
2 years ago
Howdy Jeff, check out this thread for some ideas!  RMH in a Tipi
2 years ago
Howdy Trace, I am sending prayers and good thoughts out for you and your family today.

I lost my big brother many years ago. He taught me how to draw, how to hunt, about raising chickens, how to build a house, (we built two together), He had so much going on in his life. I found it very gratifying when I saw how many people showed up at his funeral. He was loved by many. He left a wife and two sons behind.  It is very hard for a parent to lose a child. My folks were hit hard by the news.

I am of the unwavering opinion that there is something/somewhere else, other than this earthly plane, that we go to after we are done here. No doubt in my mind and that is what makes things easier. I will see him again.

Since then, I have lost both of my folks and many friends and relatives. Again, I will see them all again. My folks and my brother, as well as one of my best friends, have sent me signs after they passed. Things that were so out of the ordinary and so specific to our relationship, that I know it was them.

So, I say to you, be open to the signs, have faith that you will see him again. Carry on and make him proud of you!
2 years ago
Howdy Robert, Have you checked out some of the other designs here on the forum ? HERE is one I was involved in that might give you some ideas
2 years ago