[permaculture] research on permaculture

Jay Woods woodsjay at cox.net
Mon Jan 7 19:11:32 EST 2008


On Monday 07 January 2008 08:45:58 am Christoph Redwitz wrote:
> Thanks!
> Here the Text:
>
>
> Christoph v. Redwitz
> Sebastiansgraben 31
> 73479 Ellwangen
> Germany
>
> eMail: christophredwitz at gmx.de <mailto:christophredwitz at gmx.de> /
> latuerlich at gmx.de <mailto:latuerlich at gmx.de>
> Fax: 0049 7961 561337
>
> _Research on Permaculture_
>
> The intension of this Paper is, to learn as much as possible about
> actual used techniques you use in watermanagement in dry regions in the
> permacultur. If you don’t want to answer a few questions, just leave
> them and send me the rest. Please keep this in mind. Answers are
> possible to be send at any of the contacts.
>
> Thanks a lot!
>
> Christoph v. Redwitz
>
> 1. How much land do you use and where is the place?

6 acres, Omaha, NE
>
> 2. Where from do you get water and what techniques do you use for that?

Roof water and rain fall.
>
> 3. How do you irrigate?

drip for about 200 sq meters.
>
> 4. What kind of toilet do you use?

composting.
>
> 5. How do you manage your wastewater?

reed bed
>
> 6. How long does your water storage last, and what techniques do you use?

1 month
>
> 7. What do you pay for installation and maintenance of the techniques?

about 100 USD per year.
>
> 8. What are you planning to change in the future?
>
build an ice hill during the winter to hold on to more water.



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