After months of researching and finding best practices online, our new and improved urban homestead is taking shape (again). This time, the focus is on creating attractive productive spaces that are easy to manage for people with busy schedules, like me. What we're planning is a combination of permaculture food forest, African keyhole garden, winter sowing, greenhouses and the Dervaes' square inch gardening method. Built the first (of 8) African keyhole beds earlier this week. Hubby and me repositioned fruit trees and bushes on the fence line and in the backyard today. My everything hurts but it was well worth it.
I'm no where near ready to embark on the fishery path but found a good informative article that I'd like to keep handy for the day I feel confident (or crazy) enough to handle tilapia. Thanks to Permie Punks of the Punk Rock Permaculture E-zine for doing the research for us.
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