Permaculture Progress

Winter 2015 issue:









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2 thoughts on “Permaculture Progress”

  1. Grateful for the ground breaking work being done in Permaculture in Northern Michigan.Last year 2014 we started growing Certified Organic hardy Nut trees from local seed sources from a grafted orchard of Chestnuts and Heartnuts. These hardy seedlings are 12 to 18 inches tall and are grown in air root pruning RootMaker cell packs. These seedlings are very reasonably priced at $5 each or $4 each when bought in a 18 cell flat. We have these seedlings availabe for sale this spring of 2015,.located in Leelanau County near Maple City, Mi. for local pickup.This past fall we also obtained select seed of Hazelnut, Hardy English Walnut, Chestnut, Heartnut,Siberian Pea Shrub, Honey Locust. Black Walnut. Korean Nut Pine to plant for spring of 2015 in our greenhouse.. We would like to help serve those starting Permaculture plantings in our area and would like to learn what other types of trees and shrubs you are needing for your plantings.For futher information please contact.

    Greg Safronoff, Email greg5371@gmail,com Horticulture Consultant: or

    Forest Garden Farms
    Contact Linda Grigg, Email


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