Infrastructure

The BioReactor Martian Soil Update

The BioReactor Martian Soil Update This is the BioReactor Martian Soil Update. If you are following my journey here at Mezzacello you may know what the bioreactor project and ProjectMartian are all about. In short, these are not traditional garden beds. They are excavated beds .81m x 1.82m and .30m (32″ x 72″ x 18″) …

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The BioReactor Martian Soil Update

Foodist: Autumn Savory Harvest Bread Pudding

Foodist: Savory Bread Pudding or Harvest Bread Pudding This is the perfect fall meal, Autumn Savory Harvest Bread Pudding. Rick makes it every fall and it is a winner. He usually makes it with as many fresh ingredients straight from the garden or root pantry. Hot and gooey, sweet and savory it hits the spot …

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The Power of Place and Magic

The Power of Place and Magic One of the most delightful aspects of living at Mezzacello is the ever changing face she presents to the world. The formal gardens with the architecture, and graceful proportions are lovely at any time. It’s most magical when the city itself shows up to stage direct. The way the …

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Chickens, Ducks, and Rabbits Livestock Tour

Chickens, Ducks, and Rabbits and the Livestock Enclosure One of the most essential ecosystems of Mezzacello is the livestock. We keep all livestock (chickens, ducks, and rabbits) in the livestock shed on the southwest edge of the property. This makes care and maintenance easy and also allows us to collect and easily treat manures and …

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What an Ecosystem Looks Like

What An Ecosystem Looks Like At Mezzacello we do not city garden. City water is used for cooking, sewage, and RARELY for watering delicate plants in the height of summer. Even then we collect rainwater and use that when we do need water. That is the essence of an ecosystem: #Sustainability It surprises a lot …

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