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Published: Tue, 24 Apr 2018 19:17:01 +0000

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Nancy Lieder posted a blog post

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Nancy Lieder posted a blog postDraft ZetaTalk Newsletter as of April 29, 2018Draft Newsletter for Sunday April 29, 2018. Newsletters can found in the Archives by Friday, also. http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/index.htmPermaculture SaluteI often think of permaculture as benign neglect. Don’t till the soil if you don’t have to, thus avoiding Dust Bowl situations, ie dry blowing soil. Water the garden with your bath water as soap is a nutrient. Oh, and composting toilets and using urine in the garden helps with the sewage bill. Green compost is earthworm food and builds soil. Plus one can eat the earthworms. Weeds can be your friend as many are edible and high in vitamins and minerals. Chickens are a natural bug eradicator as they eat them, then produce eggs and meat. Permaculture farms often look messy, due to this benign neglect, but are highly productive!Recycled http://www.zetatalk.com/food/tfood10a.htm Everything should be recycled so that nothing becomes trash. Trash is part of the cycle, and eventually becomes food or a usable raw material. Any vegetables not eaten should be fed to chickens or rabbits or other small animals raised for food. Compost piles are an example of permaculture. Worms, egg shells, and garbage can go into this soil compost pile. Soil erosion in farming is reduced if one uses plants as ground cover or otherwise avoids turning over the soil in windy places. Alfalfa returns nitrogen to the soil. The water from washing dishes or clothes or bathing could be poured into the gardens as the soap in essence makes a fertilizer and the water also does not go to waste. Urine can be used for the gardens in such a way that it does not burn the plants. There are certain plants like bulrushes that cleanse sewage effluent, which create a pleasant marsh area housing ducks and fish or other edible wildlife.The Dirt Rich School https://thedirtrichschool.org/farm-tour/garden/ No Till Raised Beds: prevents compaction, concentrates nutrient and protects soil structure and micro biology. Overflow Ponds: catch excess water, reflect light, and to stabilize heat and humidity. Complex Poly Cultures: including annual and perennial fruits, vegetables, weed, herbs and flowers. Permaculture Garden Produces 7000 Pounds of Organic Food December 23, 2017 https://returntonow.net/2017/12/23/urban-garden-produces-7000-pounds-food-per-year-tenth-acre-without-synthetic-fertilizer/ A fifth acre lot, minus the house, garage and driveway, the family has converted the remaining tenth of an acre into a tiny food forest that produces 7000 pounds of food per year with no synthetic fertilizers. What’s the secret to their abundance? Permaculture methods that mimic Mother Nature to create nutrient-and-bacteria-rich soil.Farm for the Future, What is Permaculture? https://www.smallfootprintfamily.com/what-is-permaculture Growing Power in Detroit is one of the most famous examples of urban permaculture in the U.S. and produces 87,000 pounds of food every year (including fish, honey, eggs and milk) on less than 2 acres in the heart of Detroit!We have often featured self-sufficiency and the simple steps one needs to take in this newsletter and on the Zeta Report YouTube channel, as when delivery of goods and services falters going into the Last Weeks and the hour of the Pole Shift, it will be a shock to city dwellers. Those who can keep a small garden or keep free ranging chickens in the neighborhood should get started right away. Survival tips were featured on the Zeta Report in September, 2015 http://youtu.be/ydFvqYwsvUA and January, 2016. https://youtu.be/45Byk7TsK-Y Survival Tips were featured on a Pole Shift ning blog in September, 2013. http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/7-of-10-status-as-of-september-19-2013 It’s timeless info.Highly nutritious weeds are right at hand, such as duckweed http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue292.htm#duckweed and kudzu. http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue303.htm#kudzu Everyday weeds such as plantain and dandelion have vitamins an[...]