The Permaculture Practitioner journal series now available online

 

Hi there fellow ooooby'ers.  Just a quick note to let you know the permaculture practitioner journals, a resource I’ve been working on for a wee while now, are available for download from my website.


The Permaculture Practitioner journal series is a collection of notes and discoveries based on my own practical experience in permaculture.

The journals should appeal to anyone interested in healthy and sustainable food production in your own back yard and orchard. They provide practical knowledge and tips on a number of design elements, techniques and systems that can be employed for little or no cost.


The journal entries, six are available at this time, can be downloaded free of charge from http://www.piginthemud.com. I hope they can be of some value to you. And if you think they can be of value to others please pass the word on..

Cheers and good gardening
Tim

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Comment by Tim on August 8, 2011 at 1:22pm
Thank you all for the comments.  Really appreciate it !  Robyn I'll add that link to food forests NZ group shortly.  To answer your question I'm in the Wellington region.  Cheers
Comment by Robyn Guyton on August 8, 2011 at 6:35am

Just discovered your permaculture journal entries!  Read you AACT one excellent information.

Wonder if you could add a link on Food Forests NZ group.

What area do you live in?

Comment by Todd Saunders on August 6, 2011 at 9:09pm
Great info Tim. I found your entries really informative.
Comment by Kali on May 4, 2011 at 11:17pm
Thanks Tim, just read the seaweed topic, very informative, I have been using seaweed for years because we live 5 mins from the beach, didn't really know all the good it did though!
Comment by Gary Brown on May 4, 2011 at 9:00pm

I just grabbed the entry on comfrey, thanks for it. A well written piece that filled some gaps in my own knowledge.And should be compulsory reading for anyone starting out in gardening or farming. Plants that I have growing next to comfrey are all larger and healthier and the chooks love it.

I hope you keep these entries up, they are a fantastic resource. And another big thank you for releasing them under Creative commons,means I can pass them on to friends with no fear that I'm stealing.

Really can't praise you enough.

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