1) Like using Entonomorphic fungi as insecticide to houses in Zone 0
2) Using beneficial fungi to promote healthy immunity in the food forest from outside disease.
3) Working with Pluerotus for remediation, and building composting plastic bins
4) Building a MycoLab on the property to support your aquaponics system would be interesting to see,
mycology is based on a utilitarian principle which should be injected into the inner zones
toan tr wrote:I'd like to see him do a bunch of perm-crashes (permaculture yard crashers style... sort of). go in, draft the design in details, let the owners execute, check back, iterate. would be educational in a directly applicable way if done for variety of terrain, soil, and weather/zone types. and many people would appreciate the free consult.
I will volunteer my place for a video if it would be helpful to anyone. I have 40 acres in a temperate climate, flat ground and hillside, pasture and woodland, wetland and a drainage ditch running through, no rocks to speak of. The flat ground hasn't been tilled in about 25 years and the acres of walnut plantation are the same age. We've spent several years getting to know the site better and are preparing to start somewhere in the spring. Our spring projects include hugelkulture beds, pond building, harvesting trees to create a house site and provide material for building, planting new trees in various locations and re-arranging the camp site. If someone wants to give advice and get some video footage to boot, I'll listen and learn!
The height difference from the top of the hill to the lowest spot in the wetlands is near 50 feet, if my memory of the website where I captured the map is any good. The hill is completely wooded and there are "volunteer" trees on both the east and west sides of the flat field with an additional belt of trees on the south that separates me from the farm field there.
Imagine the impact this would have on the communities near these sites, not to mention the media coverage that would follow a successful project of such magnitude.