All posts tagged "food forest"

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    Permaculture Playing Card – Food Forest

    Permaculture Playing Card Food Forest – Three of Spades Food forests are generally in Zone 4 in the Permaculture planning zones. Plant a food forest and it will feed you and your descendants indefinitely. A well-balanced system...

    • Posted February 1, 2015
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    Suburban Permaculture Garden Tour by Erik Ohlsen

    Erik Ohlsen of takes us on a tour of his suburban permaculture garden. At just 1/3 of an acre it’s packed with both edibles and wildlife beneficial plants. The property is consciously designed to address issues...

    • Posted January 1, 2015
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    Australian Permaculture Garden

    Greenfingers Takes Us to the Australian Permaculture Garden of Charles Ottway.  In the video, they talk about herbs, fruit trees, chooks, permaculture, edible weeds, chop and drop, permaculture design, food forest, sustainable garden, vegetable garden, veggie garden,...

    • Posted December 30, 2014
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    Introduction to Permaculture Design by Geoff Lawton

    In this video, Permaculture expert and speaker Geoff Lawton ( gives a great introduction to Permaculture design.  He covers all the foundational aspects of the space, from sustainability, abundance, chickens, to composting, and much more.  Grab a...

    • Posted December 19, 2014
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    Permaculture Food Forest Tour in Minnesota

    This is a great tour of a permaculture food forest in Minnesota by Anthony Anderson.  Anthony, known as the Rawmodel, has a food forest that he has been working on for several years.  This is a tour...

    • Posted November 29, 2014
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    Permaculture Food Forest Tour Riverton New Zealand

    This video is a food forest tour in Riverton, New Zealand. It is from the home of Robert and Robyn Guyton, a family in New Zealand that took a 1/4 acre and turned it into their own...

    • Posted November 25, 2014
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