Hibernation – a necessary ‘people care’ period and a system-design appraisal – Valley’s End Farm – Terra Permaculture

What happens to our pastured chickens when we’re stuck in bed with the flu, there’s a phenomenal rain storm outside and their shelter is flooding..?

We enter into our fourth Winter here at Valley’s End and our family will soon slide intoHibernation Mode, time during which we go quiet, we introspect, we reflect, we give feedback, we brainstorm, we dream, we design, we refine, and we plan further.

This is a time when we give thanks too.

  • Thanks to the Universe for being so kind to us.
  • Thanks to each others at Valley’s End for being such a respectful, lovable, care-giving  family.
  • Thanks to our families for their unconditional love, their understanding of our busy farm/family lives, for their generosity and acceptance.
  • Thanks to our friends for being who they are…….

Source: Hibernation – a necessary ‘people care’ period and a system-design appraisal – Valley’s End Farm – Terra Permaculture