|You really wanta go there?|
|Little place in the countryside|
Charl and Jason and are already gifted Permaculture Zone designers - a six year old who is learning to play the keyboard should always have her own fully-wired cubby house.
They've only moved in a few weeks ago, yet I was able to browse on home-grown beans from their Zone 1 Doorstep garden.
I like the 'Family' of logs fence, bopping up and down in friendly recycled fashion.
|Orange Cat, elder of the family|
|Sheepdog and Flintstone sized bone|
Maybe just one lawnmowing sheep, mate.
Sheep are a lot of work for a young family, and their are higher priority permaculture projects than sheep.
|Jason views the marshy awn and rockgarden, and dreams of Swales.|
|Swale profile by Reny Mia Slay, Introduction to Permaculture|
|Odawara Community Garden design by Cecilia|
Yes, Permaculture is a door to the unknown. Its a way to hang out usefully with lively, make-things-happen people.