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T.G. Peacecraft Aug 19
Pallet Patch Pumpkins so far so good. Lots of flowers. cheap tower experiment
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NorthDevonPermacultureCIC Aug 12
Our microfarm is shaping up nicely
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Farm Fairy Crafts Aug 18
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Jaan Designs Aug 18
Protect your soil at all times. The soil food web is the foundation of life on our lands, keep it protected so it can continue to do it’s amazing work providing us and countless other organisms with food, clean water and a place to live.
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Foodscaping Co. Aug 13
Here in the Pacific Northwest, Winter is the longest growing season. Our includes many brassicas.
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Andres Abarran Aug 15
Living in harmony with nature not destroying her
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Farm Fairy Crafts Aug 16
Guard Geese, G-Love & Gretchen Scare Away potential Sky Predators for the Chickens. Our Pets!
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Andres Abarran Aug 15
technically this is the past but it will also be the future
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Foodscaping Co. Aug 18
The food forest grows, literally, our first aroniaberry joins the fray via .
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Monica Shaw Aug 11
Making a fermented nettle feed that I learned about on our course. Following these instructions from @gardeningknowhow : “You can also make nettle garden fertilizer by filling a large jar or bucket with the leaves and stems, bruising the fo…
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Farm Fairy Crafts Aug 16
Baby Fruit Trees on a Swale Surviving with No Additional Water
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Sarah May Grunwald Aug 12
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Himanshu Arteev Aug 13
For monsoons. Some quick rules to build a pond
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Foodscaping Co. 2h
Saving seed is key to our non GMO food systems, from last night's dinner. Join us in our . endeavours.
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Farm Fairy Crafts Aug 17
3 Year Old Water Swale with Native Plants for on Solstice MicroFarm. No watering!
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MidNight Tiny Farmer 🌗👨🏻‍🌾 1h
“Last week we made soup from your squash. It was amazing, the best we ever had. We could actually taste the full flavor.” When you garden/farm using & Regenerative Agriculture techniques this is the result. Great taste & nutrition while keeping the soil happy 😊
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The Sister's Perspective 4h
In the final days of our emphasis on the environment, climate change and conservation we wanted to talk about a brand of gardening/farming that aims to maintain the richness of the soil.
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daisuki caasi 11h
My movable chicken tunnel. via
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Steven Jones Aug 12
Sector39 are producing a text book to help school respond meaningfully to the climate emergency.
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Frank Hua 15h
Pre-K garden is underway to being a lush paradise, papaya game is strong 💪🏽
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