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[+] projects » It isn't done yet - but it's absurdly ruby-goldbergery... (Go to) Spencer Miles
[+] mulch » Stuck between two mulches (Go to) Grady Houger
[+] mulch » Stuck between two mulches (Go to) Grady Houger
[+] mulch » Stuck between two mulches (Go to) Grady Houger
[+] mediterranean climate » Combining buried logs with mulch/compost pits (Go to) Chris Kott
[+] earthworks » Excavations/mining and few other questions about desert & water (Go to) Dan Boone
[+] trees » How long to water buried logs? (Go to) Kai Walker
[+] trees » How long to water buried logs? (Go to) Kai Walker
[+] trees » How long to water buried logs? (Go to) Kai Walker
[+] grey water » What means "biodegradable"? (Go to) Matthew Nistico
[+] grey water » What means "biodegradable"? (Go to) Matthew Nistico
[+] greening the desert » Gardening Without Irrigation In Hot Dry Mediterranean California (Go to) Josh Lucero
[+] permaculture » Where to look for specific advice? (Go to) Mart Hale
[+] south america / central america / mexico » Advice for Central Chile (Go to) Lukas Weissberg
[+] south america / central america / mexico » Advice for Central Chile (Go to) Lukas Weissberg
[+] south america / central america / mexico » Advice for Central Chile (Go to) Lukas Weissberg