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Our farm blog

 
                                    
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I wanted to share our farm blog. I haven't really started talking about permaculture per se, but Dad and I both pursue it in our planning and planting. Dad's been a fan of Mollison's for over 20 years, and I found this forum last year when I was still thinking my fiance and I would move to Oregon and build a permaculture homestead. Now we know we're staying in NH for the foreseeable future, so we're making Dad's farm into what it should be! Let me know what you think.

http://sanborntonfarm.com

Cheers!
Cedar
 
John Polk
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Very nice!  I wish you all the luck, and I hope you learn a lot before moving on to your own place.

Those look like some hard working pigs:  make sure to reserve a place for them at the dinner table.  A trick I've used is to use a cord-less drill with an auger, and drill some 1" holes around the roots (6-12 inches deep), and drop in acorns, peanuts (or whatever is handy).  Those bushes will be history in no time!
 
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