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41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design
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41st & Lusk Urban Garden Design

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  • 1. Vision Site: General Context BART 1
  • 2. Vision Neighborhood Aerial View
  • 3. Vision Neighborhood Aerial View Cooperative Integrative Conservation Creative Educational Community Gathering Abundance
  • 4. Vision Site 4
  • 5. Assessment Existing Site Conditions 5
  • 6. Assessment Site BA C A B C 6
  • 7. Assessment Site BA A C B C 7
  • 8. Assessment Existing Site Conditions 8
  • 9. Assessment 9
  • 10. Assessment 10
  • 11. Assessment 11
  • 12. Assessment 12
  • 13. Assessment 13
  • 14. Assessment Sectors: Water 14
  • 15. Assessment Sectors: Wind + Sun 15
  • 16. Assessment Sectors: Shadows ˘ June 21st 9:00 am 3:00 pm 16
  • 17. Assessment Sectors: Shadows ˘ December 21st 9:00 am 3:00 pm 17
  • 18. Assessment Sectors− People, Cars and Animals 18
  • 19. Assessment Environmental Hazards 19
  • 20. Strategy Strategies Zoning: Place elements within zones according to frequency of access/use Incremental expansion Implement a series of planned activities to expand scope of garden over time. Conservation Rainwater, domestic water as gray water, drip irrigation, building materials and existing structures Natural methods Soil remediation by sheet sheet mulch and compost, no chemicals for pest control, incorporate insectary plants Sharing: sharing abundance; encourage others to share inputs such as labor, mulch materials, scrap building materials 22
  • 21. Strategy Existing Site Conditions 20
  • 22. Strategy Zones Zone 1 Water Catchment Herbs Chickens Water Vegetables Tools and Hand tool storage Work area Work area Herbs Structures Zone 2 Ornament Vegetables Fruit trees Compost Chicken coop and Fruit Brewery pen trees Tool shed Fruit Trees Berries Zone 3 Neighborhood/distan participant Berries Neighborhood supply stores 21
  • 23. Strategy Potential annual Rain water cistern (Hot Tub) Year 1: Water/Prep water harvest: 700 Gals 1,800 Gals Drip irrigation Compost Ex. Tap (Ebmud) Sheet Mulch Demolish existing brick borders Relocate existing tool shed and compost
  • 24. Timeline/implementation Year 1: Herbs and Fruit Trees Herbs A B C D E A. Almond F B. Pear Vines C. Apricot D. Nectarin Relocate existing E. Persimmon tool shed and F. Meyer Lemon compost bin 24
  • 25. Timeline/implementation Tool Chest Year 1 Plant Guilds Tomatoes Guild #1 Green Pole Beans Compost Corn / Zucchini Fava Beans Guild #2 Pumpkins Green Pole Bean Corn / Acorn Squ Guild #3 Shelling Bush Beans Potatoes / Turnips 1 2 Guild #4 4 Carrots / Radishes 3 Lettuce / Onion 7 5 6 Guild #5 Peppers Lemon Cucumbers 8 Sugar Peas Guild #6 Eggplant / Peppers Guild #7 Beets / Lettuce Melon Guild #8 Melon Peppers Pickling Cucumber
  • 26. Timeline/implementation Year 2 Plant Guilds Black Seeded Poppies Guild #1 Onions/Shallots/ Compost Leeks Sweet Peas Guild #2 Fava beans Garlic/Beets Carrots Guild #3 Cabbage/Celery/ Mustards 1 Guild #4 2 Broccoli/Kale/ 4 Cauliflower 3 Guild #5 7 5 6 Lettuce/Spinach Guild #6 8 Carrots/Beets/ Turnips Guild #7 Kohlrabi/Swiss Chard/Radishes Guild #8 Potatoes/Parsnips/ Rutabegas
  • 27. Timeline/implementation Year 2 New Planting Areas Artichoke+ Nasturtiums Sunflowers Asparagus Berries BarerootRaspberries Roses Lavendar
  • 28. Timeline/implementation Year 5 Added Features Additional Water Storage Covered Work Area and Table Asparagus Hammock Between Existing Trees Brewery
  • 29. BudgetTimeline/implementation Budget Summary Mat Labor Year 1 $645 0 Year 2 $305 0 Year 5 $ 2,800 $1,000 Total $3,750 $1,000 29
  • 30. Timeline/implementation Time Line 30
  • 31. Application of Permaculture Principles: Observe & Interact Catch & Store Energy Obtain a Yield Produce No Waste Integrate Rather Than Segregate Use Edges & Value the Marginal 31

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