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We're just starting out with permaculture and bought 20 acres of land, I'd love to take that book off your hands as we can put it to good use! Already have horses, rabbits, pigs, goats, dogs, cats, chickens...
 
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I believe the idea is that you post something specific to the idea of Earthships that adds something new above what is already in this section. Either a question or a commentary about things relating to Earthships.
 
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I am a senior and cancer survivor. I grow my own food to eat organic. This summer I ate kale at least once a day from kosmic kale. I eat my dandelions and sorrel.
 
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Thanks for the clarification, maybe I should remove this thread
 
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I would expect anyone that wants to live in an earthship, would want the whole permaculture package. Greywater, etc can be a great contributor to a healthy yard. I would think even a community could have multiple earthship homes surrounded by a perennial food forest, in a similar manner to the video Geoff Lawton had about a community that's I think near 30 years old in the US.
And the community can beget neighboring similar communities.

 
I think I'll just lie down here for a second. And ponder this tiny ad:
Hope in a World of Crisis - Water Cycle Restoration
https://permies.com/t/118080/Hope-World-Crisis-Water-Cycle
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