Hugelkultur. Every so often, I like to write about a green practice that you might want to consider. Hugelkultur is a type of permaculture that I heard about recently from blogger Paul Wheaton from Missoula Montana.
We take a tour of Poland's emerging permaculture scene and find that forest gardening, formerly a traditional way of producing food for families, is gaining popularity once again as is the movement against industrial agriculture.
Living soil has a lead time. It's a technique called Hugelkultur . It's from a brilliant German permaculture (a way of designing living ecosystems to eliminate the need for external inputs) engineer called Sepp Holzer, although he ...
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