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Creating a Silvopasture: Fruits, Nuts, and Livestock

 
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This recording of a talk at PV2 in San Diego, CA covers a lot about the silvopasture systems operating at Versaland

http://www.permaculturevoices.com/b25

Grant Schultz: Fruit, Nuts, & Livestock – Creating a Permaculture Silvopasture
Learn the tools, techniques, and costs of establishing a productive silvopasture – a production system that produces yields from every layer. Beginning with bare land, you’ll understand harvest planning and sourcing trees, seed, livestock, and equipment. Also learn what can potentially be built, bartered or borrowed.

This talk was presented live at PV2 in March 2015.
 
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I just listened to an earlier episode of PV today, it was a presentation from your workshop last year. Was this the government service you were referring to where I can get some goodies for free? - http://www.ars-grin.gov/npgs/orders.html

Also, govliquidation.com is my new favorite thing. Yes I do need a 1943 M3 half track.

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Stephen Dobek wrote:I just listened to an earlier episode of PV today, it was a presentation from your workshop last year. Was this the government service you were referring to where I can get some goodies for free? - http://www.ars-grin.gov/npgs/orders.html

Also, govliquidation.com is my new favorite thing. Yes I do need a 1943 M3 half track.

Thanks!



Yes, ARS-GRIN is it. They usually limit you to 25 selections/year, so get your requests in now!

Grant
 
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