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The Nature of things

Continued from last time… 12. Stacking functions In permaculture design, stacking functions is a way of ensuring that whatever we do in life has multiple benefits. That’s a pretty broad statement, but if we narrow our focus to our back … Continue reading

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The Nature of Things

Continued from last time… 11. Make the least change for the greatest effect. How does one take a dangerous horse and bring out it’s “good nature” in the most efficient way possible without putting oneself at risk? This is the … Continue reading

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The Nature of Things

Continued from last time… 1o. Pollution is an unused resource. The word “pollution” is an interesting term. Briefly, it is defined as “a substance or thing that has harmful or poisonous effects.” “So,” you might ask, “does pollution in horses … Continue reading

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The Nature of Things

Continued from last time… 9. In the problem lies the solution. I knew very little about Zoe when I saw her for the first time, but her owner, Romy, had told me that no one except her groom could take … Continue reading

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The Nature of Things

continued… 7. Optimize Yields 8. Use On-site Resourses What I like about the term “optimize yields” is that it at first hooks us in to our usual way of looking at things, luring us into thinking we’ll need to get … Continue reading

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The Nature of Things

continued… 4. Think spatially in 3 dimensions 5. Work in the dimension of time 6. Optimize ecotones (edges) It’s good to be back at the blog after a rather lengthy hiatus. Writing helps me clarify what I think and feel … Continue reading

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Presence and Permaculture…

…continued. 4. Think spatially in 3 dimensions 5. Work in the dimension of time I thought the phrasing of these two points interesting. Most people assume that one must work in the dimensions of space and time — it’s the … Continue reading

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