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Aug 9Liked by Greta at Love Off Grid

Sheep can increase soil fertility without compacting it like larger livestock animals do. It will be interesting to see if your garden color expands its width and length as it matures. Thanks for the inspiring series of pictures.

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Beautiful. What an inspiring location you live in. So different from where we are, lowlands, in a marsh. Of course, the latter means an entirely different approach and look, something which I'm actually just in the process of writing about, although again stylistically different. Absolutely lovely though, Greta.

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Jul 31Liked by Greta at Love Off Grid

Very inspiring to see how to work WITH the land - rather than trying to force it to become something it wasnโ€™t intended to be. I have really been enjoying your journey and your writing. Always brings a smile to my face. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Jul 29Liked by Greta at Love Off Grid

I am so impressed looking at all your hard work! We are about to kick off installing sprinklers around our home which is mostly a wet sponge till it is dusty in summer. Never gardened but we talk to the water and the soil and pray. Thank you for the inspiration

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Jul 28ยทedited Jul 28Liked by Greta at Love Off Grid

How beautiful the views are, around your place. And (you know me) I vote for it being NOT your imagination, about the land loving you back. :-)

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Jul 28Liked by Greta at Love Off Grid

Excellent work, its nice to hear about people working WITH the landscape instead of against it. Kudos!

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