The Mark 2 hand pump must rank – along with the ubiquitous Autorickshaw- as one of the great pieces of design to have originated in India.
It has been some months since I wrote at length. One reason is I have been in a new and busy rhythm -as I shall soon elaborate. Also, I have been making shorter posts elsewhere and twittering. And, there is another blog that narrates the events at pointReturn more frequently. Let me make this a…
A long over-due update on activities at pointReturn
“Agricultural land must produce a greater output over time,” says Jenkins.
Emilia Hazelip showcased Fukuoka’s intent<--more-->
Experience with a composting, waterless, urine diverting toilet
A good summary of the developments at pointReturn has been made by Sriram.
To have people join you, who share your passion, is a game changing experience.
If you can’t own and care for cows, let someone who is looking for a pasture bring his, and leave some dung behind.
“A swale is a water harvesting trench, dug usually on a contour line.” That’s the technical definition- it tells you as much as a definition of the horse as a four legged animal does about that splendid beast. Between the time I read of swales in Bill Mollison’s Permaculture Designer’s Manual in 2006 and actually…