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This is from a reader/listener request at the tinkering forum.

A focus on urban permaculture.

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Part of what is discussed is raised beds; lawn care; Wheaton Eco Scale; hugelkultur; polyculture; Ruth Stout method; apple trees; Missoula; intentional community; urban farming; rain barrels; Sepp Holzer; Sepp Holzer’s sausage planter; cast iron; food for a year; city repair.

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That's a neat idea! Doing landscaping felt sausages of soil is a great idea of Sepp Holzer's! And yeah, evolution over revolution is a good approach for getting along with your neighbors (and feeding them, too)!
 
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