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Midwest Permaculture

This is an excellent interview by Jack Spirko of Survival Podcast with Bill Wilson founder of Midwest Permaculture. The interview was rather long so this is a condensed version.

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Pass it on

Today a friend and I went and harvested about twenty pounds of chestnuts. They were free. The man whose property the trees we gathered them from¬†didn’t want them, for him they were a nuisance....

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Furr

Animals Nipsey looks like a bat, but he’s really a kitten. About a three weeks ago I was downtown and I saw a girl that I know who works at a store there. She...

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School’s In

The school busses are rumbling through the neighborhood again. I wish I had spent the time that I wasted in school studying plants or at least learning a useful skill like gardening. The only...

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Revolution of Thought

A long time ago I used to be a cameraman at a television station. When I started, I was hired to change the tapes for the program at AIB, or Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters. The...

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Blue Moon

Blue Moon Nasa just put out a youtube video about the Blue Moon, or when there are two full moons in one month. Two full moons in one month…that doesn’t make any sense. The...

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Expectations

My neighbor came by to look at my “landscaping” project that is in process at the moment. She is a nice older lady and even though we hadn’t met before it seemed like we...

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Who was Ruth Stout?

Mulch Queen’ Ruth Stout claimed to have smashed saloons with Carry Nation in Prohibition-era Kansas and worked au natural in her roadside Connecticut garden, but her labor-saving, soil-improving, permanent garden mulching technique is what...