L. Jones wrote: But given finite time, start with the projects that will (gently) bring surface water into the homestead area, and work further out until you hit the edges of the high-side, then work on the lower parts as you can.
L. Jones wrote: If we guess right, we can even start with parts that make things more manageable long before the full-scale scheme is fully implemented (or even fully envisioned, if the most basic aspects are at least sketched out.)
Tyler Ludens wrote:Got new Bluegill for the aquaponics. They only had tiny baby ones, barely larger than minnows....
Tyler Ludens wrote:I don't have anywhere to keep them in the house.....
Tyler Ludens wrote:I've got clay over my limestone, the "best" of both worlds!
There is no beard big enough to make me comfortable enough with my masculinity to wear pink. Tiny ad:
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