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Just wanted to share this hugelkultur & soil contouring video we created with Toby Hemenway ...

This is lesson 7 of 13 ( Contouring Soil to Hold Water ) in his video course called Permaculture Design for Conserving Water.

 
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Great video Chris...thanks for posting this...
 
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You're welcome Jamie. Glad you liked it!
 
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Here is the Introductory video in Toby Hemmenway's online video course - Permaculture Design for Conserving Water

 
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Interesting. And, incidentally, he clarified something else regarding hugelkultur. If you go really big, there is a significant amount of heat generated from the decomposition processes.
 
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