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Monthly Archives: February 2011
That’s West Coast to DC for anyone wondering. Not water closet/direct current (which is always a dangerous mix). I just got back from a one day adventure in the nation’s capital,having just kicked off work with a non-profit based here … Continue reading
Nothing against normal libraries – now that I’ve started reading books again, I’m a huge fan – but I gotta say, tool libraries are just a brilliant community concept. If you haven’t heard the good word, a tool library is … Continue reading
Despite the similar sound of this blog post title to an infamous internet vid, I assure you, there is nothing lurid or lewd in what follows. I have simply moved from reading Three Cups of Tea, by Greg Mortenson, on … Continue reading
We got the plastic up just in time! This Thursday, we got trounced by the rain, and got to see for the first time where the water pools on our property (important info for all those aspiring permaculture designers out … Continue reading
Gosh life moves fast sometimes, even when you’re taking it slow! Let me pull a little Tarantino here again, and start with the ending: We have a greenhouse! That’s right – today, amidst spitting rains, hail and horizontal showers, we … Continue reading
Hey folks, I’ve seen a few requests on YouTube and around for the lyrics to the permaculture song, so I’ve pasted them below. Thanks to everyone for their comments! May the song be a vehicle for spreading the good word … Continue reading
It’s funny – I consider myself to be a pretty romantic guy, and there’s something wonderful for me about the fact that a) I had no idea today was Valentine’s day (until someone reminded me yesterday), and b) my Valentine’s … Continue reading
It’s tough to nip the travel bug in the bud it would seem. After a stroll around the farm on Friday, getting some juicy design tips and suggestions from a visiting permaculture expert John Valenzuela, I set off in Gloria … Continue reading
Wow – it’s only been a short time, and already we are close to finishing our first greenhouse! Today, we were absolutely cruisin’. The sun was out, the shirts were off, and the primer was being liberally applied, as we … Continue reading