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I started this Blog in early 2012 to discuss and share my efforts, failures and success’ at creating a Backyard Orchard/Garden/Chicken Ranch in Las Vegas. My focus is practicality, sustainability and relaxability. Some of the practices I currently follow (sort-of) is Back Yard Orchard Culture, Square-Foot Gardening, Hugelkulture, Responsible GreyWater Reuse, Deep Litter Coop Maintenance, Active Chicken Foraging, and lately Korean Natural Farming. Generally I’m just trying to share what works and doesn’t work during my attempts to interconnect everything.

P.S. In my world Family and Relationships are an integral part of sustainability, I hope they are in yours to.

Sincerely,

Max

not Mad Max, age and experience has got him almost cornered, and not Mild Mannered Max, I said cornered not defeated, it is just plain ole Max here on this blog.

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