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11

May

2015

There's Still Time to Register for the Permaculture Design Course May 23 to June 7 near Spokane

It's one of the most affordable PDCs in the U.S.

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25

Apr

2014

Agroforestry Resource: growing trees for fuel, fodder, heat, building materials etc...

Obtaining multiple yields

Author: Annie M

Here is an excellent resource if you are interested in agroforestry to include in your permaculture food forest.

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18

Jun

2013

Cornelian Cherry or European Cornel (Cornus mas)

Ecological niche similar to red-osier dogwood

Author: Phil

And Earth, untroubled,

Unharmed by hoe or plowshare, brought forth all

That men had need for, and those men were happy

Gathering berries from the mountainsides,

Cornel cherries, or blackcaps, and edible acorns.

   


 

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13

Jan

2013

Hagarville Permaculture Food Forest Project

Permaculture Food Forest Project - Year 1

Author: Mike
The Hagarville Food Forest Project is being conceptualized and built by Mike and Cara Hagar, who moved onto a 2.4 acre property in Mead in February of 2012.  The property was 1 acre of alfalfa and 1.4 acres of lawn.  It is our intention to augment our food supply as much as we can by using Permaculture Principles.  We are using Landscape Design software to plan and visualize and plan our multi year project.  After 1 year we have made better progress than we thought we would, due to the help of many in our community.
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3

Jan

2013

2013 SPSG Tree Purchase - CANCELED

Get your tree list here...

We are getting started organizing the 2013 Group Tree Purchase

UPDATE:  This event was canceled because we did not feel we could not get organized enough this year to do a good job.

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