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Happy International Permie Day .. here’s a word from David 🙂
Thanks for that Hummers. I agree that the permaculture idea seems to be spreading, it is great that the ‘communty’ aspect appears to be a rapidly growing part of the whole idea.
I am assuming here that permaculture brings ‘community’ into its teachings since I have never studied permaculture. Community gardens are certainly becoming part of village life in my area of the world. It’s great to see.
works for me! :laugh:
Hi Humbug. I loved the permaculture “poster” in your first post :laugh:
treetopsdreaming post=355759 wrote: Hi Humbug. I loved the permaculture “poster” in your first post :laugh:
Hi treetopsdreaming… yeah it gave me a giggle .. & pretty much sums it up :laugh:
Hi, We went Zaytuna Farm at The Channon on the Open Day for International Permaculture Day. Very interesting and we learnt a few things to carry over to our backyard vegie patch.
i must have blinked and missed it? quiet flat over pri way also.
We had a dozen or so people through our place.
They were all pretty interested and we had some good conversations!
Sounds like you had a great day BomWat :tup:
I had a fun on the 5th too (though I have fun most days 😉 .. outside for most of it, trimming up the boysenberries & found lots of little baby boysenberries. Have given some away & will replant the rest.
.. & got a food garden edged & egyptian walking onions planted.. along with 2 types of kale & spinach