Its 3 years in a row of record breaking high temps and almost 20 years our efforts to prepare for what’s next by creating a sustainable farming partnership (community) based on the principals of permaculture. We’ve accomplish a lot, solar power & water, low input vegetables, water buffalo for manure, milk, and meat, cane syrup operation, lots of tools, equipment, structures, etc. The problems there’s more to do as wood gas, tuning our farm into a more permaculture landscape, acquiring more land, etc. Still big dreams but reality is we need to find a couple of like minded permaculture partners to push our efforts forward. We’re located in west central Florida that has its challenges mainly heat and insects. True just trying to live with others always a little different (as all that have tried it know) has challenges. Our web site is www.ecofarmfl.org
Premies.com is a great site and see lot of others here trying hard to push forward permaculture. Thank you for your efforts and this forum!
posted 5 months ago
I would suggest checking out what Jon has going on and starting a dialogue if you're near Tampa, or considering moving/staying near there. He's willing to discuss options with folks about different arrangements.
Thanks for the memories!
today's feeble attempt to support the empire
Video of all the PDC and ATC (~177 hours) - HD instant view