Hayal is another local permaculturist who has a fantastic home garden stuffed with examples of permaculture techniques suitable for the region. There’s a chicken tractor and even some milking sheep in the mix. Bee hives have been put in for pollination and honey-production. Wicking beds are producing well, and many rows of vegetables are growing beneath a shade house. The system is young, only three months, but there is already production. Some fruit trees, like date palms, have been growing onsite for some time, and new fruit trees are being introduced into a food forest. There is a reed bed for filtering water. A swimming pool is used to irrigate the garden, allowing kids to swim a few days before it is drained onto the garden, and the process is repeated.
Where does the pool water come from?