Leonard Barron

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lots of carbon to process all that nitrogen.(shredded leaves) The volume of nitogen you are receiving could be processed best in a windrow style if you are staying aerobic. You could do large scale vermi-composting and they will work with you at comfortable ambient air temperatures. Going anaerobic would provide you with methane and bio-fuel for cooking. I do not know your budget, equipment and man power, but I would pull out the stoppers and employ as many ways as possible.
5 years ago
Hello Lisa,
I have been drawn to this area for quite a few years now. I will be out there next summer. Please put me in your contact loop so we can meet then or sooner.
All the Best,
Lee Barron
5 years ago

Leonard Barron wrote: The wife and I just got back from Arkansas where we hatched a new dream/vision of a permaculture based eco cooperative community. It is a 54 acre parcel , 10 miles from town on a loop surrounded by forests and a few neighbors. This is a pristine ground level opportunity with national forest to the north and a gentle slope to the south. All the property faces south in a zone 7b at around 800 feet above sea level. This will comfortably handle 4-6 housing units and plenty of space for shared food forests and other style growing zones. All three sources of water besides sky rain are on the parcel. There is a spring, well and natural ground water from above on the mountains. All three are clean. Many large uncut trees and a fruiting hickory and pecan tree are present, including an old orchard with fruiting pears. The owner wants 20k down and will finance the rest, which makes the starting buy-in very reasonable.The land will re-surveyed in the best interests of the buyers and seller. I believe the entire parcel will sell around around 75-80K, which makes a whole buy-in 13-20,000. If you have google earth, go to caddo gap and hopper loop and it is the largest opening in a forested area. Interested parties can reach me at lee-john@outlook.com.

6 years ago
The wife and I just got back from Arkansas where we hatched a new dream/vision of a permaculture based eco cooperative community. It is a 54 acre parcel , 10 miles from town on a loop surrounded by forests and a few neighbors. This is a pristine ground level opportunity with national forest to the north and a gentle slope to the south. All the property faces south in a zone 7b at around 800 feet above sea level. This will comfortably handle 4-6 housing units and plenty of space for shared food forests and other style growing zones. All three sources of water besides sky rain are on the parcel. There is a spring, well and natural ground water from above on the mountains. All three are clean. Many large uncut trees and a fruiting hickory and pecan tree are present, including an old orchard with fruiting pears. The owner wants 20k down and will finance the rest, which makes the starting buy-in very reasonable.The land will re-surveyed in the best interests of the buyers and seller. I believe the entire parcel will sell around around 75-80K, which makes a whole buy-in 13-20,000. If you have google earth, go to caddo gap and hopper loop and it is the largest opening in a forested area. Interested parties can reach me at lee-john@outllook.com.
6 years ago
I cleaned out my father's chimney which was loaded with chips of resinous creosote from burning wood. Can this be used as biochar?
6 years ago