What would you tell someone who's really in a panic to do as their first step? what's one really small modification a person can make that can save them a trip to the store for bottled water, for example?
What would you tell a wealthy person who wanted to do better by the community?
A person who had no extra money to spend?
and where do you get the materials for your systems (sawdust? buckets? etc.)?
Never been there but looking at a Google map tells a lot of the story? Massive amounts of farm land under conventional modern farm management. Lots of plowing, dry land left fallow, etc. Do the irrigate all of that?
Jo Hunter-Adams wrote:The article was written at probably the most serious moment in the crisis-- there were about 3 weeks in Jan when it seemed very likely we would run out of water.
Since then, two major things have happened...
...These two things make it much more likely that we will make it to winter rain-- though it is not a certainty and we still need to drastically curtail domestic usage.
If you two don't stop this rough-housing somebody is going to end up crying. Sit down and read this tiny ad:
Perennial Vegetables: How to Use Them to Save Time and Energyhttps://permies.com/t/96921/Planting-Perennial-Vegetables-Homestead