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    How to build your very own solar food dehydrator from scratch

    A solar dehydrator is a great piece of low-cost, easy-to-build, and highly effective technology. It can be used for drying…
    Society

    How the narcissism of small differences is holding back community transformation work

    As any group grows past “Dunbar’s Number,” conflicts will arise. Every species has a built in “flocking instinct,” a maximum…
    Permaculture Projects

    Mulberries, Mulch and Rainy Days

    Over the last few weeks we have been experiencing very wet weather with lower than average temperatures for this time…
    General

    Living the Homesteading Dream – Part 7

    I’m in the middle of the garden, dusk just tipping into darkness, wearing nothing but my underpants when I realise…
    Plants

    Essential Oils: Some Things to Consider

    People tend to think that because they come from plants, essential oils are always safe and beneficial to use. But…
    Permaculture Projects

    Eastern Walkabout and Plants in the City of Istanbul

    Having postponed our annual polyculture study and courses for this season due to ongoing pandemic-related travel restrictions and the general…
    Plants

    Mullein – Indigenous Friend to All

    According to Oregon Wild (an American conservation organisation), some 500,000 acres of Oregons wild lands were developed in 2015. I…
    Society

    The 3 Skill Sets We Need for a Kinder Culture

    There are three core skill sets that I believe can help us be more effective in holding space for more…
    General

    Roses, Cherries & Walking in the Wild

    It’s been a bumper year for cherries in our region, but there are big differences around the country depending on…
    General

    Good Bugs Around Your Home You Should Avoid Killing

    Most people might respond negatively to the idea of bugs in their yard or garden, especially when those bugs make…

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