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New England Hugelkultur workshop

 
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Location: Southern New England, seaside, avg yearly rainfall 41.91 in, zone 6b
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Anyone interested in coming to my farm to build a new hugelbeet and talk Soil Science?

I'm in lovely southern Rhode Island, a short bike ride from the beach.
 
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I'm interested! Though my schedule is pretty packed. I know at least one other guy I could definitely rope into that deal and he lives in your 'hood.

Sounds like a great time! I'm little and pretty skinny but I'll help as much as I can if the timing works out.
 
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I have materials enough, areas enough, and am hoping to build a new hugelbeet before the summer is through. I am flexible about when still, so if you are interested and know some times will be better for you than others, let me know.

I'd love to talk hugelkultur and soil science with anyone who is interested. I have some knowledge, experience and understanding to share, and I love to share it with those who know nothing, some, or much more than I.

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Do you have a date set? I'd be glad to come give a hand.
 
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