Keith Kuhnsman

+ Follow
since Nov 21, 2015
Keith likes ...
hugelkultur forest garden chicken
Apples and Likes
Apples
Total received
7
In last 30 days
0
Total given
0
Likes
Total received
39
Received in last 30 days
0
Total given
168
Given in last 30 days
0
Forums and Threads
Scavenger Hunt
expand First Scavenger Hunt

Recent posts by Keith Kuhnsman

Enjoy your beavers!  I would love to have some for the overall improvement in habitiat on my property.

Apologies if someone has already directed you to it, but “Leave It To Beavers” is a great documentary about the critters.  Pretty sure it is still available on YouTube.

Happy trails!
8 months ago
Well, this is great timing!

We just moved into a new house which has been afflicted with grass.

And we have been thinking of how to go about leaving a little bit of grass, and a whole bunch of flowers and edibles for insects through moo cows.

I will be off to see what info I can dig up about the book.

Good luck with sales and thanks for offering this!

Happy trails,

Keith
2 years ago
Welcome to the forums!

I will admit I have not had a chance to look over the book, but am quite interested.

I planted a row of elderberries, serviceberries and pawpaws along one of my fences, and while waiting for the pawpaws to mature, we were still able to enjoy yummy pies and such from the copious elderberry production.  Great plants to have around.  And almost impossible to kill, so that’s a plus for me!  😜

Hope you enjoy your time here!

Happy trails,

Keith
2 years ago
I am glad to hear it.  We are looking to move next year, so with any luck, we will be looking at a stove or two.

Happy trails,

Keith
2 years ago
Very interesting.  Thanks for your efforts!
3 years ago
Any more info about the single gripped snath?  This tall person is interested!
Happy trails,
Keith
3 years ago
Oooh!  Sweet!

Tool to tame my crazed hugelbeds.

Thanks for the offer!

Happy trails,

Keith
4 years ago
David,

Welcome and a quick thanks for “Turned Earth (Jack Brocolli Book 1).  Great fun, high spirited hijinks and whatnot.  Really enjoyed it, although I did need to look up a few more gardening and plant related references.  Looking forward to any further adventures.

Oh, and I really enjoyed all the actual gardening books also.

Happy trails,

Keith
4 years ago
Neat.  I will have to check this out.  I have some serious back issues, so it may not work for me, but my son has expressed interest in building his own house.  Thanks!

Happy trails,

Keith
4 years ago
Following!

What a neat way to do this!  I have been looking to expand upon my humanure skills, and this thread has some great ideas.

You sir, are truly an af-feces-cianado of poo.

Thanks for your service to humanity.

Happy trails,

Keith
4 years ago