Are you looking for a beautiful & functional space to store your equipment?
Need a cheap way to deter nosy neighbours & create practical storage solutions?
Do you love natural structures, round wood timber, and stacking functions?
Well then Paul Wheaton's latest permaculture creation is for you! The Berm Shed movie is the full length journey and process of creating one of Wheaton Lab's most handy, helpful, and handsome creations!
Thanks Paul and Josiah. I liked the movie and glad it follows the permaculture practice of trying something out until it works for you. Although I don't own land or live where there are plenty of trees for such a project, I appreciate the idea of keeping costs down and making something that will last a while.
Excellent info, I would've been far better off if I'd jumped thru time and watched this before trying to frame up my chicken coop and wood shed using trees I cut from my property and sawed to fit. The bracing idea especially would have saved me a ton of headaches, and that joinery info. I plan to use a lot of what I learned from the movie when I start tackling my hybrid wofati/sunken greenhouse project this year. The most incredible thing about being here is that no matter what jumps into my head I can come to the forum and do a little searching and there's almost always someone who has done the same thing and offered up all kinds of useful experience and ideas. Thank you once again for gathering all this knowledge and all these ideas in one place where we can learn and try and overcome and improve together!
Transplanted gardener trying to start over in a strange new land - all advice gratefully accepted!