Brenda Groth wrote:
if you go to my blog (below) you'll see (gotta look thru photos) our raised drainfield behind our house that we have gardened now for 8 years..we only really garde on the sides that are sloped down from the top..grass on the very top..but we have forest gardens on all the sides including dwarf fruit trees, shrubs of all kinds, perennials, vines, etc..
Thinking about ways to maximize available land.
fireweed farm wrote:
I would think that poultry (rotated) would work- so long as you don't leave them long enough to completely defoliate the grass. Maybe fenced into to sections, half this week half next week- coop in the middle with doors on either side which you can control which side to let them out on?
It may sound a bit paranoid but septic systems are expensive to replace.