The middle of June saw The Patch host it’s first PDC with Richard Perkins coming to teach in his unique style. The yurt went up, the kitchen was built, the library installed and before we knew it there was more than 2o people pitched up for the next 3 weeks. It was an incredible learning experience and one I was very glad to be part of. Details of the internship to follow…
At the beginning of June we planted a medlar tree for our new niece – Nina Eve. We decided to put it in with our vegetable garden using the principle of the things that are closest to zone 1 get the most attention. The Patch is starting to look very nice and soon we’ll be welcoming our students for a Permaculture Design Course…
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When in Australia and using google earth for the measurements and slop etc I decided to get to work with a design for The Patch. I created a 1:100 scale drawing and began the process of mapping a design. Check … Continue reading