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I have been developing a process that directs the energy (and manure) of the chicken into a specific piece of soil. Rather than unleash the chickens in the garden I decided to take the garden (at least bits of it) to them.
January 31, 2010
I first heard about the Stirrup hoe from Nelson Lebo during his interview on Two Beers with Steve. As it sounded like a must have tool I set about finding one. It turns out this hoe is known by many different names, including: - Stirrup Hoe - Hula Hoe - Scuffle Hoe - Oscillating Hoe
After a bit of searching around the web I purchased mine from Koanga (see link below) http://www.koanga.org.nz/shop/garden/hu...
September 02, 2010
A low-tech method for small scale production of biochar, a valuable soil additive. I used douglas fir cones that I raked up from around the trees, packed in the central canister and 'baked' with a fire of coal and wood scraps from the workshop. http://www.holon.se/folke/carbon/simple...
September 25, 2010
Visual presentation and lecture covering the main concepts of forest gardening followed by a tour of our established organic forest garden. You will learn more about:
Suitable for 1 - 5 people. $5 for each additional person. Mixed and companion planted polycultures
Edible foodscapes including food forest, forest gardening and guilds
Working with chooks and ducks
1 and a half hours