Paul Wheaton - Building a Better World One Permaculture Brick at a Time




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Published on Oct 2, 2013

Paul presents 72 different permaculture based strategies for changing the world. Some of these strategies are big and some are small. Some can be done very quickly, some will require a significant amount of time. Odds are that some of the permaculture strategies will resonate with everyone. If each person just does a few of them, then we are all changing the world. "Rather than being angry at bad guys, I want to share a thousand bricks for building a better world." Paul Wheaton

The Bricks: Rocket Mass Heater Wofati 87% of my electric bill 500 hot showers from one compost pile Hugelkultur Paddock shift systems Diatomaceous earth Mike Oehler's $50 house Mike Oehler's $15 house Mike Oehler's greenhouse Rocket mass heater + Mike Oehler's greenhouse Rumford fireplace Solar food dehydrator Double chamber cob oven Homescale DIY threshers Convert road kill to chicken feed with maggots Walk in fridge made with a small insulated room and an AC Scythe Slug control with a pile of rocks Colony collapse disorder solved Bike panniers from kitty litter buckets Cob houses Cast iron skillets Lawn care - mowable meadow Tiny houses for $362 Fukuoka out produces conventional rice with less inputs Earth berm pig shelter cuts feed costs Refrigeration without power A home made from a $1700 shipping container Sepp Holzer's bone sauce Apple from seed/not pruning Dan Roja's mosquito trap Farmstead Meatsmith's chopping block Raw milk Melting iron in a rocket stove Electric tractor Polyculture Poop and pee as a resource instead of a pollutant Unraveling the greenwashing of CFLs Fence made from pallets holds pigs and goats Jumping spiders vs brown recluse TLUD Sealing a pond without a liner Wood powered truck Compressed air vehicles Going poo-less The last coffee maker No more compost piles Stack of rocks Natural swimming pools Catching a mouse without a mouse trap Flea control Bee hut Raising cattle without hay Never buy chicken feed again Put out lots of poisonous plants for your animals No more transplanting Alternatives to greenhouses Converting a dry gully to a creek Stealth pond Nettles Sunchokes Mullein Dandelions for $900 Black locust Comfrey under fruit trees instead of grass Greening deserts Can a 4000sq.ft. house be green? Legionella Natives only in your 1/4 acre yard 20 people under 1 roof without anybody getting stabbed Sepp Holzer's ag designs can feed 21 billion people without fertilizer or irrigation

Webinar was recorded on August 10, 2013.

Paul Wheaton will be speaking at the Permaculture Voices Conference, March 13-16, 2014 in Temecula, CA. For more information visit www.permaculturevoices.com.



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