Any permies out there in the Port Angeles or Sequim area who would have fun helping me pile more sticks and lots of soil onto my hugel bed?
I'm running into some back issues, but would love to get it planted this summer.
I'll make you a great lunch, and we could also spend as much time as you'd like touring the place and talking about how I'm implementing permaculture here.
I also have some red alder, pacific crabapple and nootka roses that I potted up three years ago after the Clallam Count native plant sale, and could give you a couple of each.
We have all tools required. The yard is big enough to practice safe social distancing. Thanks!
"Skidding rocks is better than rolling them. Rolling is better than lifting. Lifting sucks." -a High School trail crew volunteer
"Don't cut your foot with the axe. It will not add to the pleasures of camp life." -Vacation Camps for Girls circa 1913