hugelkultur: the ultimate raised garden beds raised garden bed hugelkultur after one month raised garden bed hugelkultur after one year raised garden bed hugelkultur after two years raised garden bed hugelkultur after twenty years It's a german word and some people can say it all german-ish. I'm an american doofus, so I say "hoogle culture". Eco Films Australia How to Grow Chickens Without Buying them Grain By Only Feeding them Compost 76,969 views 7 months ago Watch the full video here at Craft the Perfect Keychain This Weekend Doesn't that increase the difficulty of turning them? Just curious, not being critical. The plastic hinge ends of that flash drive broke in my pocket after I used the drive once...has yours held up better? Yeah sure, but now it's harder to hold them and turn them. Also, if doing just that for what seems to be 3 keys saved space, your pockets must be pretty tight I do this too.
Agroécologie, Agroforesterie, Permaculture Welcome to YouTube! The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results.To change your location filter, please use the links in the footer at the bottom of the page. Click "OK" to accept this setting, or click "Cancel" to set your location filter to "Worldwide". GeoPathfinder Our Products and Services: While we firmly doubt that anyone can simply buy a sustainable lifestyle "off the shelf", we do offer a few select products and services which we think will make the path easier. These include: The Permaculture Concept (1989 The word permaculture, coined by Australians Bill Mollison and David Holmgren during the 1970s, is a portmanteau of permanent agriculture as well as permanent culture. Through a series of publications, Mollison, Holmgren and their associates documented an approach to designing human settlements, in particular the development of perennial agricultural systems that mimic the structure and interrelationship found in natural ecologies. Permaculture design principles extend from the position that "The only ethical decision is to take responsibility for our own existence and that of our children" (Mollison, 1990). While originating as an agro-ecological design theory, permaculture has developed a large international following of individuals who have received training through intensive two week long 'permaculture design courses'.
Waste Baskets I think that we should regard the waste basket as a mark of shame for our culture. Our culture is built around disposability. We are the first culture in the history of humanity to believe so completely in the idea that there is always going to be more for us to extract from the earth. We seem to believe that sustainable means extracting resources that are finite at a slightly slower rate, and extracting renewable resources while only giving back a quarter of what we took. What are the Unborn Elders? Answer: The unborn elders are the children of your tribe who have not yet been born, and the grandchildren of your tribe not yet born, and so on; marching into the future. Freepathers frequently 'pray' to the unborn elders by making promises to these unborn generations, and by reaffirming their obligations to these unbron children and the impact that the actions of those of us currently alive will have on the later generations. Freepathers do no impute any mystical power to the unborn elders, and understand that the unborn elders are a mental construct used to visualize people who do not yet exist, but who- when they do exist- will have to live with the consequences of the actions of those who do currently exist. Prayer to the Unborn Elders is a method reminding us of our obligation to future generations. Hence the freepath saying, "Do not pray for rain, when you can carry a bucket."
What is the Lunisolar Year? And How do freepathers use it? Answer: The lunisolar year is a calendar system that bases the year around the solar year: using equinoxes and/or solstices to mark the year, and the lunar month: using the lunar cycle to mark the months. Not all freepathers use the lunisolar year, and they do not all use the same one. that said, the lunisolar year is popular amongst feepathers for a number of reasons. The Freepath recommends the idea of immersion as the goal rather than enlightment, embracing the physical world rather than transcending it. As such, a calendar that is self regulating based upon physical patterns that are directly and personally observable allows the freepather to put themselves in a direct and vibrant relationship with the planet, the sun, the moon, the seasons, and all the myriad of things touched by the changing seasons.
What is the Solstice and Equinox? How are they useful? Answer: The Winter Solstice generally marks the end of the lunisolar year. The Winter solstice occurs on the shortest day of the year. The Summer Solstice by contrast occurs on the longest day of the year and is generally used to mark the midpoint in the year. The Equinoxes, spring and autumn, are the two days of the year when the day and the night are of equal length. The solstices and equinoxes are powerful time keeping devices for the year, and have been used for centuries are markers for when to plant (the Spring Equinox), and when to harvest (the Autumn Equinox).