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logs ~ seating, climbing... I so want to build that three piece climbing thing... Jay, can you get me some non-slippery logs?? lol

logs ~ seating, climbing... I so want to build that three piece climbing thing... Jay, can you get me some non-slippery logs?? lol

This is a natural play environment. It will allow children to choose what type of play or activity they would like. They can explore, and climb the objects they find. http://www.natureplaysolutions.com.au/Schools.aspx

This is a natural play environment. It will allow children to choose what type of play or activity they would like. They can explore, and climb the objects they find. http://www.natureplaysolutions.com.au/Schools.aspx

Dinton Pastures Nature Play Space | Wokingham, UK | Davies White Landscape Architects « World Landscape Architecture – landscape architecture webzine

Dinton Pastures Nature Play Space | Wokingham, UK | Davies White Landscape Architects « World Landscape Architecture – landscape architecture webzine

Article and diagrams copyright © Cam Wilson This is a pictorial tour of the degradation and dehydration process that the Australian landscape went through post European settlement, along with one of the major aims of Peter Andrews’ Natural Sequence Farming approach, namely the rehydration of the Australian landscape. If you were one of the early explorers, walking into a wide floodplain system in the early 1800s, more than likely you …

Article and diagrams copyright © Cam Wilson This is a pictorial tour of the degradation and dehydration process that the Australian landscape went through post European settlement, along with one of the major aims of Peter Andrews’ Natural Sequence Farming approach, namely the rehydration of the Australian landscape. If you were one of the early explorers, walking into a wide floodplain system in the early 1800s, more than likely you …

Our Permaculture Life: 16 Mighty Homegrown Teas: The Healing Powers of Your Edible Garden

Our Permaculture Life: 16 Mighty Homegrown Teas: The Healing Powers of Your Edible Garden