Winter has officially arrived. Well not officially, but for me first snow means that autumn is coming to an end, even though it always melts away for another month or even two. Here are some impressions from the garden on the 28th and 29th of October 2019.

Plastic trash

Zero Waste Challenge - Final Notes

In the first part after week one I decided to track our other trash, namely the recycleables. For the rest of the month of September, for about 3 weeks I did just that, and here are some notes about it.

A shed at Beyond Buckthorns

The Biogas Shed

It is 2017 and my parents were on holidays at Beyond Buckthorns and they told me during a walk that something needs to be done with one of the sheds, especially with the color of the walls, which was already coming off.

One week's trash

Zero Waste September Challenge – Thoughts after Week One

In Finland September is Zero Waste challenge month.

Permaculture Stencil Template

Permaculture Pocket Stencil Template

During a rainy day I went looking for nitrogen fixing shrubs and ended up watching a Geoff Lawton video where he interviewed someone who showed their design process. During that video I noticed that the designer was using a stencil template. Something I used back at school when I was a kid.

hammock at Beyondbuckthorns

Obr3dim

Yes, there are processes and there are good processes. Necessarily both are not the same. There are also those that cry for adaption and alteration. And one of those processes is Obredim.

Nuts at Beyondbuckthorns

Continuous integration Part 2

Since I wrote about "Continuous Integration" some time has gone by. Good to have you here again. I have evaluated the design before implementation, ran a reiteration twice and then started implementing.

continuous integration as part of how a permaculture diploma is disseminated

Continuous integration

The used process for this design is Obr3dim, an Obredim variant. Use the jump menu to dive into the different steps. 

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Garden news October 2019

Winter has officially arrived. Well not officially, but for me first snow means that autumn is coming to an end, even though it always melts away for another month or even two. Here are some impressions from the garden on the 28th and 29th of October 2019.

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2 Bokashi buckets
The Finnish Permaculture Associationas winter meeting in Koroinen
Blooming Zucchini Plant
Carrots tucked in
Permakulttuuri Nyt event at Annala Helsinki
Solar panel being moved onto the roof
printed Lunar Calendar for 2019
The yellow rubber duck is watching you