s. drone wrote:perhaps they do not do this in you're area..
here in toronto canada they pull the boats out of the water each fall although some people keep theirs in the water with bubblers to keep the water from freezing
you see them with a wood frame with shrink wrapped plastic over them
many of the boats on shore are covered in
it comes in clear
if you could get some off cuts from a local marina that would be ideal
just throwing it out there.. i do not have any practical experience doing this
Marco Banks wrote:
For many people, their first step in approaching a new piece of land is just to observe and interact for the first year anyway. That's the first principle of permaculture: observe and and interact. Get to know the land intimately. Walk it in all seasons and see how the light moves across it, how the water flows, how the soil responds to rain, the condition of the soil in various places, and the unique microclimates that will be available to creatively utilize. That doesn't mean that you can't build soil this year and begin to stockpile resources.
So, in a word, no, it's not too late to do something. Go for it.