Greg Spevak wrote:
... by physiographic region (http://academics.smcvt.edu/vtgeographic/textbook/physiographic/physiographic_regions_of_vermont.htm). If indeed these physiographic regions represent distinctly different sections of the landscape we call Vermont, I feel like it'd beneficial to us (as far as productive ecological restoration is concerned) to ally ourselves with other folks in the same regions and collectively share best practices for producing [____ form of food, fiber, fuel, shelter, etc.] in our particular physiographic region. Different regions will (I suspect, I could be totally wrong here), TEND to be best-suited to particular forms/methods of land use. Anyone else have thoughts on this? Am I crazy?
For now, to fully answer this question, the attached image with Google Earth roughly represents what I see "Southern Vermont" to mean – parts of nearby states included. I hope this clarifies!
The Brattleboro Permaculture Guild will hold one of its sporadic
meetings next Sunday, December 7th, 5-7 PM in the Community Room of the
Brattleboro Food Coop
Greg Spevak wrote:Man, it bugs me so much that you can't drag/drop images into forum posts on this site. And you can only use 3 images per post? Bah.