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I went and visited this man's garden and watched his film. If you make it over to Port Townsend WA, do NOT miss this garden!! www.backtoedenfilm.org ~ it is free to download! AMAZING deep mulch method in an area that gets 14-16" rain fall - he barely ever waters. For all of you non christians, me being one of them, it is filled with scripture - bypass that for the info, great film!!! ~ Jamie, Sedro Woolley WA
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I've also found it very inspiring and started putting wood chips on my garden after viewing it.

Here's a video of a garden showing how fabulous vegetables can be grown with wood chips (mine aren't quite that great yet!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEkFFRjDkvs&list=UUUnFheTbVpASikm0YPb8pSw&index=15&feature=plcp
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