Status #9577

I've been a member since the first of the year [...]

Indianapolis, Indiana
via The Full Circle Project
I've been a member since the first of the year and like the idea of a system to connect like minded folks. However I've not found much of value here.

I don't have time to send individual messages to each and every member located within 100 miles of Indianapolis, so I hope this post actually is read and if the content resonates with a kindred soul, please respond.

Time is short, we do not have the luxury of living in our own, locked down houses, we must connect.

That's enough of a rant for now. Let's see what happens.

John B
like permaculture? im all about it. what do have started? are you helping those around you to reach food-sovereignty? i believe its the main aspect of our liberation.
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:21:43
Beyond growing food in our urban backyard, my wife and I are developing a piece of property in southern Indiana.
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:33:42
I am a founding board member of the Lost River Community Co-op and was part of a vibrant group that recognizes the value of local food production for food security for everyone.
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:36:04
John B
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:48:58
John B
how bigs the prop?
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:49:09
John B
any ponds?
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:49:33
John B
year-round or seasonal creeks?
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:49:56
John B
mountainous or flat-land?
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:50:21
Seasonal creeks, typically hilly southern Indiana topography.
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:53:10
John B
any hugelkultur projects?
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:54:41
We have dear friends across the road that believe one cannot farm without the help of the neighbors. We feel an obligation to share talents and resources with our neighbors. In that vein we have access to a pond and are working out details to run a cow or two on their pasture along with a pig and chickens.
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:57:31
Would you care to engage in conversation or simply ask questions?
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:58:17
John B
I just opened up a conversation with hugelkultur.
Friday 1 April 2016, 20:59:27
John B
I donate some of time to my neighbors to build hugelkultur beds and other water catchment techniques
Friday 1 April 2016, 21:00:56
I missed several of your posts, so I'll respond as succinctly as possible.
Friday 1 April 2016, 21:04:17
This site is cumbersome even for a technically competent fellow. Please bear with my multiple posts to address your points.
Friday 1 April 2016, 21:06:16
John B
all good brother.
I hope this conversation resolutes in both of us learning something new.
Friday 1 April 2016, 21:08:27
The land is five acres, with access to 40 or so. The pond is small at a third of an acre, but deep and spring fed. I'm planning some hugelkultur beds to fill in some ravines and make use of the massive amounts of brush. This land was clear cut 40 years ago and allowed to grow whatever showed up. We've spent the past ten years clearing unwanted trees, brush and building huge brush piles in strategic locations. I'll go check out your hugelkultur group and look forward to learning more.
Friday 1 April 2016, 21:14:40
John B
Good stuff Sir. Yeah Hugelkultur is a fun and simple, yet profoundly powerful activity for earth-healing.
Friday 1 April 2016, 21:21:05
Where do I find you huglekultur conversation. I share your desire for us to both learning and building community even though we are hundreds of miles apart
Friday 1 April 2016, 21:21:08
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Friday 1 April 2016, 21:45:41
Bobby D
im in nashville its not too far away, i am ready for community for when the lights go out and there is martial law and fema
Wednesday 6 April 2016, 10:24:14
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