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Good Film. A guy without much rainfall, irrigation or good soil in Washington has a great permaculture garden

http://www.backtoedenfilm.com/
 
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that was a great film. Thanks for sharing. It has me thinking.. I have been using grass this year and this film has me thinking bigger. I have a spot of land that is unusable woods with a lot of under growth, i am now planing on getting some of that forest floor to bring in..
 
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Glad to here about your plan. By covering my garden with old barn boards and wood chips, leaves, I have cut my weeding 95%, my watering 99%.



There was a good discussion of the movie at the following link.

https://permies.com/t/22404/mulch/Wood-Chip-Gardening
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