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Very old hugelkultur: PICTURES?

 
raoul dalmasso
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Hi Permies

It is usually remarked about hugelkultur beds that “the older the better”. It seems to me that many of the earthworks on this forum are pretty recent (of course mine included). It would be very interesting to see pictures of a 5 years old (or older) hugel! Is there anybody that can share pictures of a rich, superfertile, very old hugelkultur?
 
Miles Flansburg
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raoul, It will take a couple of months for the snow to melt off my land so I can take some pictures of some very old hugels, built by beavers and mother nature. Does that count?

So I want to reply to your question now to keep track of it for posting picks latter.
 
I agree. Here's the link: https://richsoil.com/wood-heat.jsp
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