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Old 22-05-2013, 11:38 PM posted to alt.permaculture
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Default Ponds

Ponds are a huge benefit to a permaculture site. PuraVida Aquatic's
philosophy is to promote natural aquatic ecosystems and live peacefully
within our world ecosystem. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia defines
permaculture as a theory of ecological design which seeks to develop
sustainable human settlements and agricultural systems, by attempting to
model them on natural ecosystems. That is a pretty good definition of our
interests. We are also interested in native California marsh and bog plants
and animals, water conservation, constructed wetlands, and rainwater
catchment.

If you are interested in water conservation ponds are great! A pond
actually uses less water than landscaping of the same area since with
landscaping there is loss of water to the surrounding soil above and beyond
evaporation.

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