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Caleb Larson uses rotten and un-usable wood from his sawmill in the construction of a hugelkultur bed in 2011. After 2–3 years, when the woody and biomass materials begin to break down, hugelkultur beds will grow food crops without any irrigation.
Photo courtesy of Krista Miller
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Uploaded: Jul 26, 2012
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