In this exclusive 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.
Learn about 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.
Ulla Bisgaard wrote:I payed the 5$ since I missed last night lecture, but I am not getting access to the video. All it does, is sending me to this page with no video
I see the video just above the words "upgrade plans" --- is it not there for you?
It is now, but it wasn’t when I was in here before. Maybe it takes a bit for it to register. I just clicked the email link as soon as I got it. I am glad you recorded it. I was planning for it, but then life happened. Thanks
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Location: Grow zone 10b. Southern California,close to the Mexican boarder
great presentation. i am glad that you got the question about how to adapt things for a smaller scale. That is what i find the hardest when watching the different lectures including the master gardening course. its how to make this small scale. including our house, we only have 1/2 acres. half of it, has been dedicated to an orchard where we have done some biodiversity in the trees we planted there. we are on the edge of the desert, and after trying to go without irrigation for 6 years (which we took out), we had to put it back. i want to be able to go without, and it was through my research I found permies. Is there a wiki or forum where this info is collected? i have also looked more into hugel culture, since its a no brainer that its the way to go, but my partner would like a hugelkulture for dummies kind of information. there are so much information here, that sometimes it can be hard to find it. not that all is impossible because it is not, and I have implemented some of the things i have learned. i just wish, i didn't have to spend hours looking through forums and searches to find the information i need.
so, what i am saying is, is there a wiki for small scale farming, and if not, can we get one?