Bounty

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Uncategorized

Bounty

One mans’ waste is anothers bounty. Collecting Aloe Arborescens truncheons from the nature reserve where they were pruned and discarded. They will form an aloe hedge integral to my earthworm farm and landscaping at home. Blackberry photo by...

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Poly Tunnel

Posted by on May 8, 2014 in Uncategorized

Poly Tunnel

Winter is fast approaching and my poly tunnel has now stood for a year incomplete. The winds have lashed and buckets of rain have not been able to dislodge it. However these testing conditions have resulted in further tensioning. I am confident it can stand and survive many seasons to come. Productivity and experimentation are the upcoming goals. I am going to make use of this warm winter environment to keep the worms productive, do germination and propagate cuttings....

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Rainwater

Posted by on Nov 7, 2013 in Uncategorized

Rainwater

Conscious people value water in the critical times we are experiencing. We are filling our buckets with roof harvested rainwater and adding earthworm leachate to drench and nourish recently planted trees. Using leachate harvested from a waste fed system and using captured rainwater raises the sustainability of trees planted in a parking lot. Future shade, wind breaks and bird sanctuaries will contribute to a balanced environment and will offset some of the carbon footprint....

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Aloes and hose

Posted by on Oct 25, 2013 in Uncategorized

Aloes and hose

Beautiful architecture complimented by a custom garden within the park central to the village. A variety of aloes planted with ground covers and shrubs. BB photo by...

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