Living Wind // Field Notes
Sunset, South Carolina
Utilizing permaculture principles...
Geoff at TEDxAjman.
A rare botanical event. River/hill cane (Arundinaria gigantea or A. tecta) flowering. This happens every 30-40 years for reasons unknown. Outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia.
Recent happenings 4-19
The Standard. Making use of what is available to the best of my ability.
“Sustainable” Chinese golden bamboo harvest. I say that, because, here in South Carolina it’s considered an invasive species courtesy it’s rampant growth and nature. My aim is to use these 8’ poles as fence posts, along with other natural building projects. Pickens, South Carolina.
Rows, along with raised/lasagna areas. 2’ footpaths are fortified with a light dusting of manure, a card-stock sheet mulch, and native dirt on top with hardwood chips to come.
Setup and further plumbing for the system.
Heating unit, table, appliances, fixtures completed. It heats the space completely (and has automatic shut-off) in sub ten minutes.
I may sleep in it this weekend.
The interior has been painted and counter-tops stained. SC
Ceiling complete, as well as most of the trim. Maple counter with bevel edge. Sunset, South Carolina.