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Podcast 596 – Permaculture Smackdown 22 – The Paul HOA Session 3 – Part 3

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Paul continues his call with Mark and Katie on the subject of building rules and regulations on his land, this time mostly discussing willow feeder systems, scalability issues with conventional humanure systems and how the inventor got around them by building a humanure treatment plant. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More […]

Podcast 595 – Permaculture Smackdown 22 – The Paul HOA Session 3 – Part 2

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Paul continues his call with Mark and Katie on the subject of building rules and regulations on his land, this time actually getting to the topic in the title, along with discussion on wofati roof design, willow feeders, and the reasons why Paul doesn’t want humanure. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion […]

Podcast 577 – Jennie Site Review – Part 2

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Paul continues his call with Jennie in the San Luis Valley of Colorado, covering topics such as hugelkultur, compost, food forests, mulch, fruit trees, edible cleaning agents, and the making of a willow feeder system. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at […]

224 – Poop Beast Part 2

Paul Wheaton and Heath Carrey continue their discussion on sewage treatment and poop beasts that started in podcast 223. They continue with their concerns on using the wood from the poplar project because of the pharmaceutical, the chemicals, and the heavy metals that could be present in the poop Kool-Aid. Heath talks about what the poplar project […]

223 – Poop Beast Part 1

After visiting Missoula’s wastewater treatment plant, Paul and Heath Carrey from Montana organization of Soil scientist talk about human bodily waste management and poop beasts. They talk about the poplar project of the Missoula wastewater treatment plant to process poop Kool-Aid by putting it on a plot of poplar trees as a way to reduce the amount of […]

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