Late Winter Permaculture Update

Although we have had a few more frosts this week, there are also signs of spring. There are buds on the plum trees.

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The garlic is taking off.

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New growth has appeared on the Chilean guava.

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The winter veggie garden is picking up speed.

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We have been busy planting vulnerable hillsides with trees.

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In order to keep the sheep out of the trees we have had to add battens to the eight wire fences. I found totara battens to use instead of treated pine.

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We have also begun digging a new pond.

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We’ve also had some cool things arrive in the post that we will be selling locally at discounted prices. This rocket stove crossed with a thermette is pretty cool.

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Iconic permaculture book for sale below retail price.

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Get ready for summer with a solar cooker.

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It’s here! The 2016 Permaculture Principles Calendar.

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For the third year in a row, Verti has made the calendar.

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If you are interested in any of these products, please contact us.

Peace, Estwing

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