orto del sole wrote:Yup,
volantary work is what we depend on for many years of working in Italy and slovenia. we have had several people from all around for learning sinergic farming, composting, mass heating, local development ecc. Nice to see others in croazia near by. we are building a network of seed savers and will be happy to hear from any of you here for collaboration.
Dustin Krieger wrote:Hey everyone,
Rather than go it alone and end up buried alive, I seek advice on how to successfully build a long-term durable underground house in Tennessee. Please reach out with advice and thoughts and any DIY guides would be great!
paul wheaton wrote:I would like to add to that that if kids complain of their suffering doing chores like dishes, remind them that all that suffering helps them write good poetry when they are older.
I have read some comments about sterilizing dishes. I think that is a terrible idea. George Carlin has some thoughts in this space:
When a person tells me that a dishwasher is better because it saves water and then won't allow further discussion ... I feel like that person is not only wrong, but that person can never understand what I feel.
Thanks grandad. You're awesome.
Chadwick Holmes wrote:Soil wieght on a square is the deal, square is not the first choice for wieght load retention...
branimir marold wrote:
you know when I was a kind majority of food was what today is ecological/organic and that sort... I saw fast change to worse .. even with protest and negative attitude toward globalisation ppl had no chance
George Collins wrote:
I'd plant sweet potato and then let nature turn that clay crap to good soil.
Plant music roots you say? I must confess, that thought never entered my brain. I can certainly think of no objection to doing so later in the year. And for a second confession, I have never grown a music root but my pappy has and back when he did so, he never planted in such poor dirt. Is the sweet potato known for growing in such extreme conditions?