Understanding and implementing simple water harvesting techniques such as swales on contour, hugelkultur beds, and key line design can improve the way water moves through your landscape and how effectively your plants are able to use it. Learn which designs best fit your land, how they are created, and how to make them look good. Whether you have a little patch of backyard or a huge property to work with, the principles you learn will help make your land more diverse, productive, and ecologically abundant than ever before.
S Smithsson wrote:if we own this due to kickstarter level, do we need to pay 15 on top of what we paid for the kickstarter?
Nicholas Tedford wrote:Hey there Paul,
Is it possible to touch on implementing this topic in relation to shallow soils? My property is bedrock, good quarry land but my soil might only be 2 ft deep at its deepest point. Most areas average a foot to maybe 18 inches and some only a few inches. How could I make water work better for me and stick around longer? I love your site and what your doing, keep it up, permaculture will be a household word before you know it.
Dori Ron wrote:Hey Paul,
I live in Europe. Central European Time zone.
I'm not sure I understood the time zone for the event. Missoula is MST (Mountain Standard Time)
Might be a good idea to add a link for those who don't live in the US, to calculate the event's time in their own country (here's one website for that: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html)
John Hutter wrote: The trick is telling which cardboard has got 10x more 5 year glue than the next?
Story like this gets better after being told a few times. Or maybe it's just a tiny ad:
we are getting a new electric bicycle! Help us pick out which one!https://permies.com/t/172255/permaculture-projects/electric-bicycle-pick