Mk Neal wrote:We used red cedar for some arbors, and while the above- ground wood seems rot- resistant, the part in contact with soil rotted out in 5 years. We had filled the postholes with sand and crushed rock (paver base), but that was not enough to keep it from rotting. I found out that this is pretty standard life span.
Triton Nomad wrote:
There is one downside - the weather. Unlike James, my peach trees died the first year. I love eggplants but they will have to wait for the greenhouse.
Matthew Wylder wrote:I lown land east Lewis county with a few other people and we are trying to build up a farm/ecivillage/tiny house!artist community etc..... we recently after about 4 years of having the land got a letter from county saying code violations of different sorta from potable water, grey water, and building codes etc... we have solutions for some of are issues and are still waiting to here back from county with more specifics. We have rv and implement structures under 200 sq ft we recreate here and have farm helpers etc. They are saying there can only be 2 dwellings on property etc.... just wondering if anyone else here has dealt with these types of issues and has rhetoric/ideasloop holes/ ways around the rigmarole or just personelstories that bodes well with the county just not trying to fuck us over