Kim Arnold wrote:
Jennifer Wadsworth wrote:@Kim Arnold: Geoff referenced "Legumes of the World" (or "LOWO") many times throughout his course. The book is expensive but the publishers (Kew Gardens) have now made the information available as an online database, check it out!
Miles Flansburg wrote:Does he know that we are doing a winter book club read of the designers manual?
I know he is a very busy person but could he spend a few hours here ,taking a look at some of our discussions and maybe commenting?
I would also like to know what he thinks about this thread.
Apparently the north american group is making it harder to become certified.
R Scott wrote:Paul probably wants to stay away from the PINA PITA, don't focus on bad things thing. I know I do.
There is so much apparent divergence between backyard and broadacre (private) and .gov projects right now. A little talk on how they are all still PC and how you can learn from them all.
paul wheaton wrote:I get the impression that he wants to make sure to answer every question asked here.
Kim Arnold wrote:I have this question every single time I watch one of his videos: Part of Geoff's formula for designing permaculture seems to rely on leguminous trees. I've searched, and haven't found any that grow in my area (USDA Zone 5). Are there substitutes for that -- other kinds of trees? groundcovers? different kinds of shrubs maybe?