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>In a message dated 10/2/97 12:54:35 AM, email@example.com wrote:
>>Does anyone know of a book or a list of guilds? Especially guilds for
>>dry climates. I would also be interested in having the descriptions of
>>why and how etc.
>>The more creative and unusual the guilds the better. I am looking
>>forward to your input.
>In my opinion, the idea of guilds is one of the areas in which Mollison leads
>folks astray. Recipes are inappropriate to permaculture. There are some
>plants that do well together, but it is best to know your plants and know
>your site and the make site-specific recommendation s. Anything less isn't
>permaculture, in my opinion. There is room for standard designs, but the
>best standard designs with respect to plant selection are species matrices
>such as published in the old and still unequalled publication by TILTH, The
>Future is Abundant.
Excellent point, and I strongly concur. The Future is Abundant is
unfortunately out of print, but has recently been posted on someone's
website. Anybody out there know where?
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- Re: Guilds
- From: Katherine Waser <kwaser@ag.Arizona.EDU>