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When we tell people we practise permaculture, we usually get some questions. The interesting thing is the type of questions we are asked. Usually the person asking us has a plant or tree that has some sort of disease and we are asked what they can do about it. It is interesting how we are all so indoctrinated into thinking that someone who works with nature, plants and animals should just know how to treat something that is diseased without doing any further research or knowing the circumstances...

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My opinion on Facebook permaculture debates...

The post Stop debating and start planting! appeared first on Kendall Permaculture.

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Grade 9 school camp does straw bale building and building with mud bricks at the Kendall Permaculture Farm. Every year for the past few years we have been hosts to a great bunch of...

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We are very pleased to have our crazy Formidable Vegetable friends coming to hang out with us after Woodford Folk Festival! They will be doing a house concert here on Friday 4 January 2019....

The post Permaculture Party: Formidable Vegetable Sound System and Farm Tour! appeared first on Kendall Permaculture.

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Finding a connection between EMFs and hormonal symptoms, in human and animal. Going from 1 egg every 3 days to an average of 20 eggs per day, just by protecting our chooks from EMFs.

The post How we got our chooks to lay again… appeared first on Kendall Permaculture.

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