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The Barracks

Ben Green

One man's 10 year plan to build a post climate-catastrophe community. Weekly updates on what it takes, successes, missteps & pig photos! Free and paid are the same, except free makes my heart sing & paid is also a wonderful donation to the pig food fund!


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Latest Issues

Recent posts by this newsletter. Browse the email archive.

KW-23 The war on slugs

All agriculture, self sufficient vegetable growing, backyard gardening, balcony tomato raising or allotmenting is a process of replacing nature with the unnatural.

17 days ago

KW-22 Summer sowings and reading retreats

We are solidly entering the time of year where the Ice Saints (Eisheiligen) are behind us, the summer is in front of us, and starting the day at 5:30 in the morning is by far the most sensible thing to do. People talk about the light, how i...

24 days ago

KW-20 The calm before the calm

It has been an emotional week at the barracks. My best mate died on Friday. Another one in his mid 40s. I was not expecting to have to give two death notices in two weeks. It kinda sucks.

a month ago

KW-19 The full circle

There has been an explosion of April this week at the barracks. If you get soaked one half hour, the next one will dry you out with mid 20s sunshine.

a month ago

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