Let's be honest here, I am not going to be able to continue to do these weekly reviews with how much stuff I've got going on in my head, especially now that the course is complete. So, I am going to skip ahead to my final design. Now, remember that my "clients" aren't able to do anything financially, and thus probably wont really be able to implement much, if any, of the design in the near future, so, the design is really a "dream" design.
I am going to let you know that I realize that I did not get as deep into the design as possible. This is due to a few reasons, the time restraints were short, and I feel that because the family isn't really able to implement, the stuff will kind of be done by the seat of their pants, if anything is done at all. This is why some stuff isn't labeled, or really detailed information on it. It was very difficult for me to delve into something that wasn't my own, and that I knew wouldn't really be used. The property is so big, that it would have taken me much longer than a week to produce a super detailed design. Maybe a week per acre! And there are 15 of those... Not very realistic.
I am going to share with you my Google Doc that shares the WHOLE class projects, and the Google Doc that will just show you the final.
While I can't continue with the reviews, I may share with you interesting things that I remember from the course in the future!
If you are at all interested in Permaculture, I urge you to register for this FREE COURSE, it starts in October and is put on by Portland State University. If you want to learn more than that, then you should definitely get your Permaculture Design Certificate, also put on by Portland State University.
I'm Adrienne! Stay tuned for my adventures in beginning homesteading.
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