Paul Wheaton is is the tyrannical ruler of two on-line communities. One is about permaculture and one is about software engineering. There is even one for Missoula. Paul has written several permacutlure articles starting with one on lawn care that he presented at the MUD Project 17 years ago, including articles on raising chickens, cast iron and diatomaceous earth. Paul also regularly uploads permaculture videos and permaculture podcasts. In his spare time, Paul has plans for world domination and is currently shopping for a hollowed out volcano in the Missoula area, with good submarine access.
As a certified master gardener and a certified permaculture designer, Paul Wheaton gardens, farms and lives what he preaches. He founded Richsoil.com, Permies.com and a few other gems (ahem, JavaRanch.com). Paul’s podcasts and videocasts take in-depth looks at everything from organic gardening to lesser-known methods of permaculture.
It’s all about being practical, and over at www.Richsoil.com, Paul’s articles offer smart, practical ideas for cheap and easy lawn care, cast iron pans, raising chickens, Hugelkulture (gardening without irrigation), rocket stove mass heaters, and more. (Yup, it’s a pretty diverse list.)
Permies.com is the gateway to the Paul Wheaton empire, and it is the largest online permaculture community in the world. If you’re looking to learn more about alternative energy, homesteading, organic gardening, and permaculture design, head on over to Permies.com where great permaculture enthusiasts gather and share advice.
Got a question? Go to Permies.com and post a question in the forum. That’s where you’ll find Paul and lots of great advice.
Want the inside scoop? When Paul gets inspired, he drops his followers a daily-ish email. Subscribe at http://www.richsoil.com/email.jsp.
Paul lives in Missoula, Montana. And he has a special forum for the Garden City: The Missoula Eco Forum. https://permies.com/forums/f-47/missoula-eco-forum. He’d love to see you over there!
Certified master gardener
Bill Puckett wrote:Randy, I think of Paul as a designer. TL will tell.
Double berm in front of BC sounds good.
BTW, what does TL & BC stand for?