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Isaac Hill

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since Feb 28, 2011
Co-host of the Plant Cunning Podcast
Musician, Gardener, Occultist
Central New York State zone 5a
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Anybody here utilized this resource yet? I haven't seen any posts about this, but it's a great opportunity for folks who want to get a free greenhouse. You have to be actually making money as a farm, but I've had several friends get one of these grants. Just wanted to put it out there for people who might not know about it, but are potentially eligible.

USDA High Tunnel Grant
2 days ago
Everything depends on the individual's needs, desires, resources, etc etc. We have a lot of sawmills in the area and can get a giant dump truck load, enough for most of the winter in cold Central NY, for about $150. That makes sense to us. Also, there are hidden costs to all other heating sources... but again, it depends on your circumstances.
3 days ago
Thought you folks might like to check out the Plant Cunning Podcast, which is available on most podcasting platforms. We've interviewed folks such as Michael Pilarski, Rosemary Gladstar, Matthew Wood, Darrell Frey, and this week, Sean Dembrosky. You can find Sean's episode on Anchor here: Plant Cunning Podcast with Sean Dembrosky  and also on YouTube.
5 days ago
Hello, Isaac Hill here, formerly Salamander. I used to be quite active on these boards but have since been consumed by other projects. My permaculture homestead is coming along quite well in the 5th year, but I am most excited about the upcoming release of my band's new album. We're called The Hills and the Rivers, we're a 7-10 piece acoustic, diy, family band (my siblings are in it) based in Pittsburgh PA. We've toured over much of the US, played at the last North American Permaculture Convergence and putting the finishing touches on our second full length, titled "Apocalyptic Dreams." We want to print it out on vinyl, but since we're diy, we need to raise the money first. This is basically just a preorder, but we're happy for any contribution! Here's the link to the indiegogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pre-order-apocalyptic-dreams--2#/

Here's some other links: thehillsandtherivers.bandcamp.com
Facebook.com/thehillsandtherivers
TheHillsandtheRivers.com
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Keep Earth Caring, People Caring, & Returning the Surplus!

- Isaac
5 years ago
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Hello, Isaac Hill here, formerly Salamander. I used to be quite active on these boards but have since been consumed by other projects. My permaculture homestead is coming along quite well in the 5th year, but I am most excited about the upcoming release of my band's new album. We're called The Hills and the Rivers, we're a 7-10 piece acoustic, diy, family band (my siblings are in it) based in Pittsburgh PA. We've toured over much of the US, played at the last North American Permaculture Convergence and putting the finishing touches on our second full length, titled "Apocalyptic Dreams." We want to print it out on vinyl, but since we're diy, we need to raise the money first. This is basically just a preorder, but we're happy for any contribution! Here's the link to the indiegogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pre-order-apocalyptic-dreams--2#/

Here's some other links: thehillsandtherivers.bandcamp.com
Facebook.com/thehillsandtherivers
TheHillsandtheRivers.com
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Thank you!

Keep Earth Caring, People Caring, & Returning the Surplus!

- Isaac
5 years ago
Looks like a Trillium that is almost done blooming, the petals get transparent at the end of spring/beginning of summer. Probably Trillium ovatum.
6 years ago