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Another video about water and climate disruption. If you think climate change is all about carbon, this video, and the long line of related videos from the same page, are essential watching. Carbon is important, but compared to water it plays a tiny role in global temperature development. Yet water is almost entirely ignored by climate science, politics, and environmental movements.

Did I say essential watching?

Watch it.

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Monthly archives for November, 2015

Permaculture Learning Teaching Community …

What are we? One reason why we struggled so long – and are still struggling – to find a fitting explanation or name for what we started to do on this land is because all names are already occupied by meanings that we partly like but partly do not feel quite comfortable with. ‘Permaculture’ is […]

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The New Ducks and Some Snow

The New Ducks and Some Snow

A very short post here with only a few pictures and a short video of our new muscovy ducks, generously donated by Eva and Sören from Västerfärnebo, and the first snow we experience on Två Ekar Gård.   Don’t you love the sound of ducks drinking?

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How to Warm a Greenhouse with Compost

How to Warm a Greenhouse with Compost

We were very happy upon arrival on our new farm last August to find that a small greenhouse was part of the deal. But with all the work on getting the main house ready for winter, there was very little time to get working on the greenhouse anytime soon. Only by October did I, with […]

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Developments on the Duck Front

Developments on the Duck Front

Winter is coming. The nights are frosty and today we’ve had the first wet snow of the season. The main house is ready for winter now, but mum’s still very busy with improving things indoors. And… we’re about to invite our first true farm animals: ducks. The pond is now ready for them, apart from […]

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