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Miles Flansburg

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Wyoming & Colo: Zones 2 to 5,
Urban and Forest gardening !
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.
Zones 2-4 Wyoming and 4-5 Colorado
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Recent posts by Miles Flansburg

Howdy Kimi, I am looking forward to seeing what you do with yours. Seems like all of the folks who are building these are still learning about them and experimenting with the system.
1 day ago
https://www.energy.gov/eere/bioenergy/bioenergy-technologies-office-fiscal-year-2019-funding-opportunity-announcement-0

About halfway down the page we see three folks who got a bunch of dough to improve woodstoves. Seems like it would have been better spent on rockets. Maybe next year someone here could put in for that money?
1 month ago
Thanks for posting Kani, lots of hard work, good food and good helpers all around.

Remember permies, if you want to spend some time in Wyoming, Kani and Lyle could use some helpers!
2 months ago
You are welcome Judith, I thought he was one of the best people that Justin featured on his farm tour. I would love to visit with him, but he is so far away.
4 months ago
I do a lot of work with a shovel. I use my backhoe for the big stuff and easy to get to places. But some places are just made to get up close and personel. This is a picture of my path that goes down through my creek bottom and back out again.
4 months ago
Aimee, do you have pictures of the inside?
5 months ago
THE BOOK they show in the article might be a good one for a permies book give away!
5 months ago
So anything over 5000 ft in elevation is not under their jurisdiction?
5 months ago
Hey Robbie , loving your adventures. Just wanted to mention, as part of your learning experience, (and you may already know this)  always be aware that tow ropes, chains, cables etc., have the ability to break under stress. Or parts of the vehicle being pulled may come loose. Causing the parts and pieces to fly in the direction of the puller. So always protect the person who is pulling something, just in case something comes loose or breaks. For instance Jaqi might have lifted the forks of the tractor a bit to create a "fence" in front of her? Keep up the great work !
5 months ago
Voles, moles, and gophers !
5 months ago