Sustainable Natural Micro-Farming

The Cleanout

As you can see from the first image, the structure is completely overgrown. After removing several old refrigerators, rusted corrugated roofing, and much debris, and several hours of machete and weed whacker work, the structure is uncovered.

Surprisingly, half of it has a concrete floor ! The other half still has some old corrugated zinc and probably much more below, but we decide that this is a solid enough base for our purposes. Note the rainbow in the 2nd image. Always a good sign 😉

The remaining structure is broken, cracked, or has moved over time, so some repair work is needed. In order to bring the two halves level, we use the broken concrete from the demolition work on the house to fill it in. A perfect use for more material that we would otherwise pay to take to the dump.

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