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If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll know that I’m currently putting together my portfolio for the Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design. You will also notice that I have been posting less. That’s not because I haven’t got stuff to write about, but more a result of the volume of work that I’ve been putting in for the diploma.
I thought that I’d give you a quick summary of the designs that I’ve written up. There are nine so far, with one more still to write.
The makeover is actually the blog not the property, and is part of my preparation for The diploma in Applied permaculture Design. You have probably already noticed the new picture, and perhaps the new style of the blog, but perhaps not all of the new pages and features. Hopefully all will become clear as you read on.
It’s been over a month since my last post, and some of you may have thought that I had forgotten about my blog. Far from it.
I am registered for the Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design, and have to submit ten of my designs for assessment. I have been doing this here on the blog, but the pages are currently hidden, until all of the projects are written up. After that, I will change the layout of the blog and all of the designs will be visible.
Just to show you that I have been busy, the link below will take you to the first draft of the overall design for this project. There’s a lot there.
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