Irish Permaculture

Ute Bohnsack sustag at eircom.net
Sun Oct 28 04:22:38 EST 2001




Graham Burnett wrote:
> 
> Check out these pics of Ute Bhonsack's place in Ireland- inspiring!
> 
> http://www.ibiblio.org/permaculture-online/profclogher2.html#
> 
> Cheers
> Graham
> www.landandliberty.co.uk

...if you'd seen our veg garden this year you wouldn't be saying that, Graham...
seriously though, the story starts at
http://www.ibiblio.org/permaculture-online/profclogher.html . I added a simple
pop up site map last night, showing the place as it is, excluding plans such as
conservatory, chickens in orchard, more fruit trees, reedbed wastewater
treatment system and pond, second polytunnel, better use of remaining grassland
on long roadfield. All in its own good time. 
The oldest trees are only 7 years old, so their size on the map is a bit of an
overstatement (as yet). 

We have more space on the website and if anyone feels inspired to put together a
little profile of their place with text and/or pics please let me know and I can
format and upload the material to the website.

Thanks Graham for the 'plug'.

Ute
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