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Earthworks Best Practices/ Design/ Context Building: TreeYo EDU article  RSS feed

 
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This TreeYo EDU article helps to build the context of Earthworks implementation as well as the design and project management of it.  It covers my years of experience doing this regenerative technique, however only when the context has been built correctly and the resources are there to complete its implementation.  https://treeyopermacultureedu.wordpress.com/chapter-9-earth-working-and-earth-resources/earthworks-best-practices-design-context-building/


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To implement an earthwork within a landscape can be a rather simple choice when the correct protocol are in place for its inception.  Thus in this article we will look at some of those factors and complement it with design principles that help you to select the right earthwork in the right place from a well understood context.  While it’s a simple choice, there are many factors involved and this regenerative technique should not be taken lightly, especially when done with the power of fossil fuels and machines.
 
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