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Thank you for the permaculture info, esp. for zone 3. I’m in maine. But, I find that when I support the soil microbiome, the plants are hardier and I am often surprised at what can survive here. These days, companions have more attention for me than ever before (reading finding the mother tree, yeah). How about fungi companions for my orchard plants? Thanks again
Connie Carlson says
Just had your podcast come across my feed. Well done. Great to listen to your wisdom as I Live my best life. From where the wind starts. Connie
Joybilee Farm says
Nice to “see” you, Connie.
Gerlinde Weinert says
Have a Berron Dehydrator probably for 30 years or so.
Have done fruit leather from apple sauce for that many years.
Everyone loves it, Niagara Organic apples.
My machine did not turn on recently, had trays ready to be dried. What a disappointment.
I do not know where to take it to see if it could be repaired.
What a wonderful appliance. I do not want a plastic one.
I made the bidens recipe in this article. It’s not ready yet. I have two more weeks to go but my question is that do I strain this or just put all of it in bottles?
Joybilee Farm says
Strain it first, Kathy.
finally giving myself time for hygge …treadmill and podcast….it works for me…
Nora Steen says
How does someone contact you, to inquire about things like growing Lavender successfully or something along those lines.