Project Martian

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

Gardens of Solar Power and Sustainable Ecosystems

Gardens of Solar Power and Sustainable Ecosystems Mezzacello took a major step into the future this summer installing solar power systems with the help and guidance of the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation, the PAST Foundation and Amazon. From the point of inception in 2015 to the present all of the power needs of the systems …

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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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Sustainable Food Security at Mezzacello Across Ohio

Sustainable Food Security at Mezzacello Across Ohio If you are following this blog, you know I am committed to sustainability. I am also committed to being unafraid of failure; I persist. I have known since day one I knew nothing about this topic, but I have a passion and a real-world need to master it. …

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The Gardens of Mezzacello From a Raccoon’s Point of View

The Gardens of Mezzacello From a Raccoon’s Point of View I am always curious about what I don’t know or can’t see. I am always looking down at Mezzacello from my office window, or the window on the landing of the steps that lead down into the kitchen. Both of those windows face south and …

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