Obiora Embry’s Blog (2014) - Page 1 of 1

image from 22 November 2014; View of southern forest prior to planting

Saturday, 22 November 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

The 2 boxes for the honeybees were smudged with white sage in a clockwise direction. After getting smudged with white sage the southern forest was s...
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Friday, 21 November 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

I took the rest of the trash from the northern brush pile to the landfill.
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Thursday, 30 October 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

I helped to clean out the other brush pile and took a load of primarily lumber to the landfill. Planted Honeybee Specialty Mix near the honeybees. ...
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Saturday, 4 October 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

I did some cleaning of the brush pile closest to the forest garden and removed trash that someone or a group of people threw in it. Then I went into ...
image from 19 July 2014

Saturday, 19 July 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

I looked at and admired the diversity of plants in the former forest garden area and photographed the trees (our babies). We did a biodynamic prep in...
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Saturday, 31 May 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

I used the existing hole that you had dug to heel the trees in it (the identification for the Sycamore came off but I still have it and can add when I...
image from 19 April 2014; View of living soil before improvement reached this spot II

Saturday, 19 April 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

Living Soil Progression
image from 19 April 2014; View of heeling in trees for long slumber and improving living soil

Saturday, 19 April 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

It was decided that we would not continue planting trees in between the forests of the planned forest garden area. We dug a hole in an area where the...
image from 22 March 2014; View of tobacco stick with yellow paint and orange ribbon

Saturday, 22 March 2014 by Obiora Embry

Greenville, KY

I spray painted 11 or 12 tobacco sticks with yellow paint. I put them on the perimeter of the forest garden. I added to these tobacco sticks and a ...