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#311: How to Create a Sustainable Permaculture with Author & Expert Michael Judd
In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with permaculture expert Michael Judd on what it takes to build a sustainable permaculture regardless of where you live.
Michael will share with us some permaculture tips & tricks that we can implement right away, such as building raised beds that harvest rain water to herb spirals.
From there, Michael will tell us why soil biology is important in permaculture design, how perennials and annuals both play important roles in permaculture, and what stacking functions are in permaculture.
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◾ Getting started in permaculture
◾ Creating permaculture in the suburbs and urban neighborhoods
◾ Herb Spirals
◾ Soil biology in a permaculture environment
◾ Where perennials and annuals play their important roles in permaculture designs
◾ Stacking functions in permaculture
◾ Passive watering techniques and how mulch plays a role in permaculture
Michael is a permaculture designer and natural builder living on 25 acres of mixed woodland, food forests and gardens in the Appalachian foothills of Frederick Maryland.
Along with being A Mother Earth News and Monticello Heritage Harvest Festival presenter , Michael is the author of 'Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist' a popular how-to manual on creating productive and beautiful landscapes.
You can learn more about Michael on his website EcologiaDesign.com.
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