Lori Evans wrote:Sounds like a great idea, but I wonder if it would work in all climates. I would love to hear some ideas on what zones you think it would work best in. Possibly there are some people on the forums that have this sort of thing happening for them already? Also, do you think it would be possible to do in a scaled-down environment as in urban permaculture?
paul wheaton wrote:
And with a little effort, you can grow citrus in the mountains of montana.
So we are able to achieve "food all-year".
paul wheaton wrote:Lori, note that this forum is "paul's farm" so I am shooting for cold climate.
Max, do you have a link to something tefa-esque in england?
Do you think that animal's body heat or hot compost would be helpful in an area like this?
Have you seen proof?
how we'll dodge those September frosts that did down into the 20s°F.
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