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How to Manage a Worm Bin

How to Manage a Worm Bin

During the Permaculture Design Course, we have been learning many sustainable techniques that can be applies in urban and rural settings. Creating a worm bin…

Mini wind generator changes and supplementing power

My little mini generator helping supplement power to solar panels perfect for runing inverters and lights.

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Northern Maine Homesteading…Sam Dog’s Snow Adventures

Just a fun day out in the snow. Sam dog loves eating snow almost as much as playing in it!

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Organic Farming Film

Visit www.heartandsoilfilm.com. Local farmers inspire us to buy local food or dig in and grow our own in this delightful family film. Sustainable agriculture…

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Turkeys are home!

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Turkeys are home!

Will do another video later. They seem very friendly and snuggly.

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How to Compost : Learn Organic Garden Composting Online : Correct Temperature for a Compost Pile

Find out what temperature your compost pile must reach and why, plus get tips on adding nitrogen to compost, in this free organic gardening video. Expert: Ga…

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Growing Pumpkins in Hydroponics #5

Harvest my DWC hydroponic pumpkin & show the roots from a summer of growing outdoors in a hydroponic 15 gallon reservoir . Final Video from my 5 part series …

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Beekeeping – Getting Started With Equipment

Beekeeping, Getting started with equipment. Getting started in beekeeping means we need to become familiar with the type of equipment used. Today, EAS certified master beekeeper, David Burns…

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DIY Worm bin, harvesting worm castings and fertilizing your garden

A great way to be self sufficient is to make your own fertilizer for your garden. You can do this by using worms to compost down your scrapes. In this simple…

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Australian Native Bees – Envirotube Part 1

How to split an Australian Native Bee hive. Two bees or not two bees? Peter Clarke, Envirotube. trigona carbonaria tetragonula carbonaria.

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