Phil Williamson

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NW Montana
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The arrangements could be set up on an individual basis after a standardized trial period. If people are not committed to giving a year of time and effort, in exchange for the opportunity to make an individual arrangement, then it will most likely not work in the long run anyway.

A simple solution, could be to work out a list of needs for the intimidate future of the community and treat it like applying for a new career. In any career, experience is helpful, however the willingness to succeed and the determination to take on tasks is more important. Skills can be learned quickly if the desire is there but without desire skills tend to go to waste.

Such as:
Cook
Farm Labor
Wood worker
Animal Caretaker
Bee Keeper

Cross training is good for overall health of community, however established tasks and roles creates focused effort.

This is where your hard work is going to be Paul, I'm sure you know that, but finding the right pieces takes time and evaluation. A year commitment to individual evaluation after a thorough application process will establish beneficial results.
7 years ago
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NOTICE OF INTENT – WEATHER MODIFICATION

North American Weather Consultants, 8180 South Highland Dr., Suite B-2, Sandy, Utah 84093, a contractor licensed by the Utah Division of Water Resources, intends to conduct weather modification programs in Utah to increase precipitation with the following potential sponsors: Utah Water Resources Development Corporation (representing Beaver, Emery, Garfield, Iron, Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier, Tooele, Washington and Wayne Counties), Box Elder and Cache Counties, the Bear River Water Conservancy District, Provo River Water Users Association, Weber Basin Water Conservancy District, Duchesne County Water Conservancy District, Uintah Water Conservancy District, Central Utah Water Conservancy District and Alta and Snowbird ski areas. The areas in which the effects are intended to occur are in the mountainous portions of Washington, eastern Iron, eastern Beaver, eastern Millard, eastern Juab, eastern Tooele, eastern Utah, eastern Salt Lake, eastern Davis, eastern Weber, Morgan, Box Elder, Cache, western Rich, Summit, northern Duchesne, northern Uintah, southern Daggett, Wasatch, western Carbon, Sanpete, western Emery, Sevier, Piute, western Wayne, western Garfield, northwest Kane, San Juan, and southern Grand Counties. The operations may be conducted during portions of the period from October 15, 2012 to May 31, 2013. Weather modification operations will be conducted using ground based, silver iodide nuclei generators. Limited aircraft seeding may be conducted for research purposes.

Persons interested in this permit application should contact the Utah Division of Water Resources: 1594 West North Temple, P.O. Box 146201, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114, telephone (801) 707-8820.

NORTH AMERICAN WEATHER CONSULTANTS
Don A. Griffith, CCM President
8180 South Highland Dr., Suite B-2 Sandy, Utah 84093

Source: http://utahlegals.com/notice.php?id=159078
7 years ago
A very informative interview with Dr. William Davis on the effects of wheat to the human body.

William Davis, MD, is a preventive cardiologist whose unique approach to diet allows him to advocate reversal, not just prevention, of heart disease. He is the founder of the Track Your Plaque program.

The interview is conducted by Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/wheatismurder
8 years ago
Julie check out this thread on Bone sauce and other deer repellents. https://permies.com/forums/posts/list/80/1805#87269
8 years ago
The answer is simple and most just don't get it. Your dog needs (Salt) place some unrefined sea salt in there water and on there food. Don't use D.E. on the skin unless your sure it is fleas. D.E. is great for a internal cleanse on all animals but dries the skin out. Also D.E. is available at feed stores for half the price you can get it online, you can get a 50 lbs bag for 25-30 $ same stuff that is repackaged and sold online for more money. Salt and water cures 70 of all (supposed) disease in animals including humans. Dehydration is an epidemic these days.
8 years ago
Hello Sanjay, are you able to grow neem trees in your area of India? If so mixing them into a food forest would help reduce insect problems and provide a secondary crop. I don't see how mixing ground crops in is a problem plant them in between the fruit trees in selected areas. One area you plant a certain under-story another area you plant another under-story. Using livestock in the system is easy especially if labor cost are low. Both chickens and pigs make great workers. Like William said start with one acre work out the bugs and find a good pattern, then repeat on a larger scale. Keep up the conversation and I think the problems can be solved. Sepp Holzer has 45 hectares so it is doable.
8 years ago
Hello Marianne and others suffering from similar problems. The information that has been offered I hope has helped. My personal experience leads me to suggest good chiropractic care (can be hard to find) and regular stretching. Hold the stretches longer to effect tendons. A good stretch for the forearms and hands is to lay down on the ground, face down, and place your arms under your body, extended towards your feet, with palms on the ground. Also inflammation can be a result of not being grounded. Spend as much time as possible walking bare foot on the earth also known as (ground).
8 years ago
Hello all. I have completed one Hugel mound while preparing to do two more this spring. Getting a six foot high bed takes a lot of material so I settled with a four footer to start. I'm in northern Montana so I wanted to get them built now, so they can soak up moisture from the winter, that is if it snows. I used birch wood with leaves from maples and old mulch from willow mixed with compost will add a layer of sod once things thaw enough. Planning on planting a mix of salad crops, potatoes, carrots, garlic, tomatoes, and buck wheat.
8 years ago