Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Lea Usinger says:

    This was a really helpful lesson for us in figuring out how to best manage our woodland. I’ve been having a difficult time seeing how to best manage our woodlands and integrate more crops and eventually animals without cutting down so many trees and causing problems within our local ecosystem. A good portion of our land is marshland, and though ephemeral ponds cause an issue with mosquitoes and take up a good chunk of space overall, I don’t want to destroy or fill them in as they provide habitat for many critters that can be benificial like salamanders, frogs, dragonflies, and wood ducks. As for the mosquitoes, I’ve been reading into these disks we can place in the water that are essentially made of bacteria that eat mosquito larvae, and planting certain mosquito repellent plants around them next year.
    The crop examples list is very helpful too and I’m glad we have many of these growing native on our land already and plan to include them more into our garden/food forest designs

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  • Emily Crocker says:

    I wrote my college capstone on agroforestry as a restoration method! This module would have helped a lot!

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  • Amanda Duque says:

    I live on the Gulf in NW Fl. We have to close our beaches yearly because of deadly algae. We have dead fish on our shores for months with a stench that goes for 20+ miles. It’s really frustrating that NO ONE puts 1+1 that =2.

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  • Katie Stout says:

    Amazing. This is exactly what we need to help us design our forested property!

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