Sara Khan wrote:Thanks for your time and reply. Yes I haven’t give any info about soil type etc etc . because I assumed that it would be at a later stage when some people would finally agree to join me in this live adventure. I have been trying to search permaculture experts in my country for the last three months but I am unable to find any in Pakistan and training from abroad I could not afford that much money.
During this time I have been constantly reading material and videos etc but you must agree that for a beginner it’s really overwhelming because there are lots of lots of information on that. Moreover I can’t learn unless and until I do it myself. So instead of giving up I thought if learners and lovers of permaculture help me collectively then it would be another adventurous project for some other learners as well because we can also document all details here for every one’s interest.
I am such excited and eager to do it that I have arranged a land as well but alas no matter how hard I have been trying but I am getting no help.
My idea is just to learn but you can say it’s a learning from distance with you people help. I just have a land approximately 126 square meter. The minimum land for permaculture required is about 100 sq meter. So this is nice piece of land to start with. The land is fertile with ideal climate.
Instead of theory it would be a practical kind of project for all people. Let’s say first I will upload the picture of land then can you guide me the first step. Theoretically I have learnt most of the basic things but I am eager to see my permaculture food forest in reality. kindly help me believe you me it will be of interest to everyone.
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