The Hugelkultur Workshop Follow-up

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The Hugelkultur Workshop Follow-up
Photo by Kat High
Kat High started to plant the beginnings of the gathering garden—yarrow and monkey flower, apricot mallow, ceanothus, and a small holly leaf cherry—and getting lots of help from Spencer Blattel for the harder lifting and digging. “Now we need rain,” she says, and “Happy Holidays! (See “Hugelkultur: Learning to Love Carbon,” The Canyon Chronicle, December 11, 2020, No. 13)
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