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191 – Resilience Science

Published 7 years ago in Permaculture , Podcasts - 0 Comments

Paul Wheaton talks to Owen Hablutzel about resilience science and recent International Permaculture Convergence. They talk about work Owen’s done in the Chihuahuan desert, utilizing keyline design in a very dry, cracked clay area. They talk about the Mimbres people who used to live in this area and their connection to willows. They talk about […]

168 – Keyline Systems Part 2

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Paul Wheaton talks to Neil Bertrando and Owen Hablutzel about keyline plowing. Keyline plowing helps deepen the soil and keep water in the land. They had some things to add after listening to the keyline podcast Paul and Skeeter previously recorded. Owen talks about keyline design being about holistic farming. He then talks about how […]

167 – Sepp Holzer Visit Part 3

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Paul Wheaton talks to Bill Schneiders, Owen Hablutzel, and Neil Bertrando about Sepp Holzer week. Owen is connected with Holistic Management International and Permaculture Research Institute USA. Neil does keyline design and permaculture. They talk about greening the desert projects. They talk about water that is dead vs. water that is alive. Owen talks about […]

164 – PDC Update

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Paul Wheaton talks to John again about the PDC updates in Dayton, MT. John talks about going to the local hot springs, and their toxin-pulling properties. People at the PDC wanted more of Paul. Paul presented on raising chickens. Neil Bertrando presented on keyline systems and using a keyline plow. Paul presented on rocket mass […]

072 – Keyline Systems

Published 8 years ago in Permaculture , Podcasts - 0 Comments

Paul Wheaton and keyline systems. A keyline system uses a keyline plow and spreads water throughout the landscape, rather than letting it only accumulate in vallies. The goal is for the landscape to become a big sponge. A keyline plow is a subsoil plow that has a “shakerator.” It takes 3-4 years to get the […]

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