In this exclusive live webinar, Paul Wheaton will teach you all about how to use permaculture techniques to reduce your reliance on complicated and expensive irrigation systems, or labour-intensive watering schedules. You'll even have a chance to ask questions and get advice from The Duke himself.
Learn about Hugelkultur, landscape design for water capture, what and how to plant, how to graze animals, and more, all to help you skip the irrigation, and let the systems maintain themselves.
For those with access to this item, we'll post the zoom link here on this thread and send out an email invitation.
I am an urban gardener. I really love learning about swales, berms and greening the desert, but my front yard garden area is about 200 sq. ft. Will there be any information on micro-scalepermaculture water retention, etc.?
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I recently moved from CA to TN. I am adjusting to a much wetter climate, and a train where sinkholes are a consideration. I am hoping to avoid any critical errors along the way. If anyone has worked in similar conditions your knowledge is much appreciated.
I hope this will be recorded where we can watch later. I've got too many other commitments today than to sit in at this time.
There is a Record button on Zoom. I "think" those of us who have the Zoom link should be able to watch it later if its its recorded from there. Others do this regularly but I'm not sure if its automated or if they had to do something else to make it available. And it can also be converted to .mp4 and other video formats as well. Thanks.
Conical and Hyperboloid towers seem to be an attractive feature to this end, Especially if built using locally grown materials
Also, what about 3D Printed with clay or aircreet Air-Well. Maybe not as whole building but a Venturi manifolded bricks which are piled into a building/fence/berm. Not as cheap as a pile of rocks of cause.
The advantage that non-living structures have - most of the collected water can be directed as we wish it. It depends on whether you want to harvest fog for your use or to re-establish a functioning ecosystem.
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