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I totally love this forum! Last fall I "discovered" Permaculture after researching some books I found for sale through craigslist. Someone had a huge selection of permaculture and related books and information dvd's for sale as they were moving out of the country. I used their list of authors and books (since all the books had sold) and I followed bunny trails where I became obsessed with permies.com. I watched the videos and read the blogs and went to events. Wow! I tell everyone to start here and follow the trails! What a super great resource! I have a huge hugelculture bed started, planted a new orchard, plan to incorporate Fukuoka variety throughout the orchard. Bought a pig to clear my garden of voles and blackberries, then sold it. I can't wait to make Seth's bone goop to paint the trees! I just can't get enough of Sepp. I just wish I could find someone to help with setting it all up and doing some of the heavy work. Anyone want to play "Let's make a $50 dollar shelter or a Sepp style shelter under ground?"
Would love to hear other peoples trails and favorite authors. I prefer the practical info about doing it.. companionable plants for guilds, this is how to make a pond...etc.
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I'm a huge fan of Brad Lancaster and boost his books whenever I get the chance. We're in the process of implementing large-scale rain harvesting on our land.


This video was helpful: Watershed at the beach http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QajbnQN9vvY

More Brad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iQ-FBAmvBw

I've recently enjoyed a couple videos of Darren Doherty:

Rx for the Biosphere http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDMg6W95-2s

Keyline on the Beach http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsWKyv9Hbak

geoff lawton inspires me so much:

Food forest http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QG_vRG66wkA

Zaytuna Farm tour: http://permaculture.org.au/2012/06/01/zaytuna-farm-video-tour-apr-may-2012-ten-years-of-revolutionary-design/#more-7542
Stinging nettles are edible. But I really want to see you try to eat this tiny ad:
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