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  • Assessment: Michelle’s Solar and Sector Drawings, Wai Bun’s Solar diagrams, budget. Ethics of Permaculture:   Care of the Earth: Species diversity and quantity, water conservation, does it use ancient energy, does it sequester carbon? Care of People: Healthy, thriving, people are participating with the site, emotional connection to place, connection to food Returning the surplus, or fair share, or limits to consumption: An emphasis on small scale decentralized, and surplus is returned to the system, a reinvestment economy, to create abundance. (This makes it different from other forms of ecological design, that allow from the outset for a concentration of abundance)
  • 18thand rhodeislandkitchen area

    1. 1. <ul>18 th & Rhode Island Urban Permaculture Demonstration Garden </ul>
    2. 2. <ul>vision </ul><ul>-Seating -Kitchen -Ponds -Maintain the view of downtown -Community gathering space -Educational space -Running water in kitchen -Rainwater catchment -Water for compost tea -Compost -Salvaging or replacing herbs in existing garden with living wall </ul>
    3. 5. <ul>existing site plan </ul><ul>project scope </ul><ul>Rhode Island </ul><ul>18 th St. </ul><ul>N </ul>
    4. 6. <ul>proposed site plan </ul>
    5. 7. <ul>berm </ul><ul>site analysis </ul>
    6. 8. <ul>views </ul>
    7. 9. <ul>access </ul>
    8. 10. <ul>public </ul><ul>private </ul>
    9. 11. <ul>warm </ul><ul>cool </ul>
    10. 12. <ul>water </ul>
    11. 13. <ul>wind </ul>
    12. 14. <ul>water </ul><ul>public </ul><ul>private </ul><ul>warm </ul><ul>cool </ul><ul>wind </ul><ul>berm </ul><ul>views </ul><ul>access </ul><ul>existing proposed </ul><ul>retaining wall </ul><ul>tree </ul><ul>compost </ul><ul>bees </ul><ul>kitchen & gathering space </ul><ul>pond </ul><ul>bench </ul>
    13. 15. <ul>What? </ul><ul>Cost </ul><ul>Source </ul><ul>Kitchen: </ul><ul>Solar Oven </ul><ul>$158.00 </ul><ul>Solar Oven Society </ul><ul>Kitchen Sink </ul><ul>$60.00 </ul><ul>Whole House Building Supplies and Salvage </ul><ul>Cob Bench, Counter and Cob Oven: </ul><ul>Clay </ul><ul>$49 per ton </ul><ul>Lyngso Garden Materials </ul><ul>Sand Straw Water </ul><ul>$62 per ton $32 each NC </ul><ul>Lyngso Garden Materials Lyngso Garden Materials </ul><ul>Compost Bin (3): Palettes Hardware </ul><ul>NC $30 </ul><ul>Home Depot </ul><ul>budget </ul>
    14. 16. <ul>What? </ul><ul>Cost </ul><ul>Source </ul><ul>Pond: </ul><ul>Solar water pump </ul><ul>$150.00 </ul><ul>Pvpower.com </ul><ul>Plastic liner </ul><ul>$8.77 per foot </ul><ul>Home Depot </ul><ul>PVC pipe and other hardware </ul><ul>$50.00 </ul><ul>Whole House Building Supplies and Salvage </ul><ul>Recycle rock/concrete </ul><ul>NC </ul><ul>Living Wall: </ul><ul>Herb and plants </ul><ul>NC </ul><ul>Support Structure </ul><ul>NC </ul><ul>budget </ul>
    15. 17. <ul>Sun Shade Analysis: Jan 1, (Winter) </ul><ul>7:00AM -Tree shadow cast on to Northeast corner </ul><ul>12:00PM - No shadow casted except underneath the tree </ul><ul>4:00PM - Shadow is out of the garden area. </ul>
    16. 18. <ul>Sun Shade Analysis: May (Spring) </ul><ul>7:00AM -Shadow is casted onto the Northwest corner of the garden </ul><ul>12:00PM -Shadow casted onto the Northeast corner </ul><ul>5:00PM -Shadow casted onto eastern edge of the garden </ul>
    17. 19. <ul>Sun Shade Analysis: Aug (Summer) </ul><ul>7:00AM - Shadow casted onto northwest corner </ul><ul>5:00PM -Shadow does not cover any part of the garden </ul>
    18. 20. <ul>strategy </ul><ul>Kitchen. The kitchen will have an oven, counter space, a living wall and be designed in such a way that cooking classes could be taught.   Ponds. The two ponds will have the ability to purify water through oxygenation and water-cleaning plant life. Water to be used for composting tea and other applications.   Seating. The seating should be available to persons enjoying the kitchen as well as a place for classes to gather.   Compost. Worm bin seating in two locations, and pond for compost tea both stack functions. The neighbor with the house right next door to the garden has agreed to allow for a rainwater catchment system to be installed when he next re-roofs his roof.   </ul>
    19. 21. <ul>retaining wall </ul><ul>gathering space </ul><ul>ponds </ul><ul>worm compost bench </ul><ul>kitchen and living wall </ul><ul>lecture space </ul><ul>Proposed Site Plan </ul><ul>shade tree </ul><ul>existing adj. house </ul>
    20. 22. <ul>retaining wall </ul><ul>ponds </ul><ul>worm compost bench </ul><ul>kitchen counter and sink </ul><ul>lecture space </ul><ul>Section </ul><ul>cob oven </ul><ul>living wall </ul><ul>amazing view </ul>
    21. 23. <ul>ponds </ul>
    22. 24. <ul>thermal siphon </ul>
    23. 25. <ul>rainwater catchment, water & cooking systems </ul>
    24. 26. <ul>solar ovens </ul>
    25. 27. <ul>Things to keep in mind when choosing a site for the oven:   · Is it close to the kitchen? · Where will you prepare the foods that will be baked? · Is there a water source near by? This is necessary not only for the mixing of cob but also for fire safety. · Is the ground level or slightly sloped? You do not want to build on ground which has too much of a slope. · Will the oven be built under a pre-existing roof or overhang? If not, a roof will need to be built to keep the cob structure as dry as possible. · Where will the firewood be stacked? The wood needs to stay dry too! · What are the fire hazards? </ul>
    26. 28. <ul>cob benches </ul>
    27. 29. <ul>worm bin seating </ul>
    28. 30. <ul>worm bin seating with cob detail </ul>
    29. 31. <ul>Living Walls </ul>
    30. 32. <ul>-Cleans air (use & value diversity, use & value renewable resources & services) -Creates a cool shaded place near the heat of the kitchen (use & value diversity, catch & store energy) -There are 2 sources of water nearby (catch & store energy) -Cycling use of nutrient rich water from pond (produce no waste, catch & store energy) -Use of vertical space (use edges & value the marginal) -Grow food & herbs (obtain a yield) -Beauty </ul><ul>benefits </ul><ul>(permaculture principles in parenthesis) </ul>
    31. 33. <ul>Mint Thyme Sage Oregano Rosemary </ul>
    32. 34. <ul>Need </ul><ul>Location </ul><ul>Material </ul><ul>Cost </ul><ul>Food </ul><ul>On Site </ul><ul>Herbs & Greens </ul><ul>None </ul><ul>Irrigation </ul><ul>Purchased </ul><ul>Pump </ul><ul>$150 </ul><ul>Growing Medium </ul><ul>On Site </ul><ul>Soil </ul><ul>None </ul><ul>Planting Structure </ul><ul>Nursery </ul><ul>Reused plant start trays </ul><ul>None </ul><ul>Wood to Mount Planters </ul><ul>On Site </ul><ul>Wood </ul><ul>None </ul><ul>Piping </ul><ul>Neighboring Permaculture Garden </ul><ul>Bamboo </ul><ul>None </ul><ul>living wall materials </ul>
    33. 35. <ul>options </ul><ul>Pallet island for demonstrations in kitchen or lecture space </ul><ul>Salvaged sink </ul><ul>Educational kiosk and/or signs </ul><ul>Cob bench with oven attached to heat seating </ul>
    34. 36. <ul>Dec Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov 2009/2010 </ul><ul>- Pond Installation </ul><ul>Timeline </ul><ul>Construct worm compost bench </ul><ul>Community Installation of cob bench </ul><ul>- Construct cob oven and counters </ul><ul>- Living Wall installation </ul><ul>July 4 th community celebration </ul><ul><li>Collect cob </li></ul><ul>materials </ul><ul>Collect pond plants and materials </ul><ul>*timeline dependent on precipitation levels </ul>
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