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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.

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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. 

The first bunch of daffodils is open

The garden in images on May Day 2019

Yes, another glog post from Beyond Buckthorns! The spring has been wonderful, April was very warm even though pretty dry, and nature has been liking it. Here are a few snapshots of the garden on the 1st of May 2019. Let's just all ignore the fact that I am writing this on the 3rd and that there is currently snow on the ground again.

From the Glog

The garden in images on May Day 2019

The first bunch of daffodils is open

Yes, another glog post from Beyond Buckthorns! The spring has been wonderful, April was very warm even though pretty dry, and nature has been liking it. Here are a few snapshots of the garden on the 1st of May 2019. Let's just all ignore the fact that I am writing this on the 3rd and that there is currently snow on the ground again.

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Biogas Part 1 - the basics
Starting with Kombucha
Oars Digester at Dickinson College USA
Mega Zucchini ready for seed collection
Black currant jam
Tiny mandala garden with a sea buckthorn
Corn bound on wood stems to withstand the wind
Blackberry plant