keep up all the great work!
I really appreciate you posting the open consultancy videos/podcasts online for others to watch/listen to. it has really helped me see that the design process is really all about context.
http://www.cloud9farms.com/ - Southern Colorado - Zone 5 (-19*f) - 5300ft elevation - 12in rainfall plus irrigation rights
Dairy cows, "hair" sheep, Kune Kune pigs, chickens, guineas and turkeys
I really appreciated your well thought out answers last time you were on here, and hope you're coming back for each chapter release. I was traveling, and missed most of this week's worth of questioning. But if anything comes to mind that I have to get your opinion on, I'll try to rush it in under the wire.
Are you doing any workshops or courses in the eastern half of the United States anytime soon? Good training is obviously of great value.
The first chapter of the book was amazingly helpful, by the way. So much so, that I wonder if people know how much of a good thing they are getting when they agree to buy for a "chapter" for a few bucks, when it almost stands alone as a book.
Luke Groce: Trying to figure out how to grow food and heal land.