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* Kiwi (''Actinidia issai'')
* Kiwi (''Actinidia issai'')
* Blackberry ("Thornfree")
* Blackberry ("Thornfree")
* Honeyberry ("Kamschatka")
* Honeyberry (''Lonicera caerulea'' var. ''kamtschatica'')
* Gooseberry ("Hinnomaki Red")
* Gooseberry ("Hinnomaki Red")
* Loganberry
* Loganberry

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Passive solar:

  • <ref name=thorpe2018>Passive Solar Architecture Pocket Reference. D Thorpe. Earthscan from Routledge, 2018</ref>
  • <ref name=bainbridge2011>Passive Solar Architecture: Heating, Cooling, Ventilation, Daylighting and More Using Natural Flows. D Bainbridge, K Haggard. Chelsea Green Publishing, 2011</ref>

Earth shelter:

  • <ref name=roy2006>Earth-Sheltered Houses: How to Build an Affordable Underground Home. R Roy. New Society Publishers, 2006</ref>


  • <ref name=oehler2007>M Oehler (2007). The earth-sheltered solar greenhouse book: how to build an energy-free year-round greenhouse. Mole Pub. Co. ISBN 9780960446407. </ref>


  • <ref name=rhs2012>Brickell, C; Royal Horticultural Society (2012). [https://www.worldcat.org/title/royal-horticultural-society-encyclopedia-of-gardening/oclc/819914706 Encyclopedia of Gardening]. Dorling Kindersley. ISBN 9781409364658.</ref>
  • <ref name=pike2011>The Fruit Tree Handbook. B Pike. Green Books, 2011</ref>
  • <ref name=crawford2016>Crawford, M (2016). [https://www.worldcat.org/title/creating-a-forest-garden-working-with-nature-to-grow-edible-crops/oclc/1041938577 Creating a Forest Garden: working with nature to grow edible crops.] Green Books. ISBN 9781900322621.</ref>
  • <ref name=seymour2014>Seymour, M (2014). [https://www.worldcat.org/title/new-self-sufficient-gardener/oclc/972683557?referer=br&ht=edition The New Self-Sufficient Gardener: The complete illustrated guide to planning, growing, storing and preserving your own garden produce.] Dorling Kindersley. ISBN 9781409346784.</ref>
  • <ref name=titchmarsh2008>Titchmarsh, A (2008). [https://www.worldcat.org/title/kitchen-gardener-grow-your-own-fruit-and-veg/oclc/182664117?referer=br&ht=edition The kitchen gardener : grow your own fruit and veg.] London BBC. ISBN 9781846072017.</ref>
  • <ref name=bird2011>Bird, R (2011). [https://www.worldcat.org/title/practical-guide-to-growing-vegetables-fruit-herbs/oclc/992353698&referer=brief_results A practical guide to growing vegetables fruit & herbs.] Hermes House. ISBN 9781843098324.</ref>
  • <ref name=crawford2012>Crawford, M (2012). [https://www.worldcat.org/title/how-to-grow-perennial-vegetables/oclc/1090906045 How to grow perennial vegetables.] Green Books. ISBN 9781900322843.</ref>
  • <ref name=hart2019>Hart, R (2019). [https://www.worldcat.org/title/forest-gardening-cultivating-an-edible-landscape/oclc/833079861?referer=br&ht=edition Forest gardening : rediscovering nature and community in a post industrial age.] Green Books. ISBN 9781900322027.</ref>
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  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Hydro

Food production --> Food Processing --> Food Storage --> Cooking + Consumption

Plant List

  • Mint
  • Thyme
  • Rhubarb
  • Cobnut (Hazel)
  • Redcurrant
  • Blackcurrant
  • Jeruselem Artichoke
  • Ribes Divaricatum (?)
  • Rasberry ("Autumn Bliss" + "All Gold")
  • Blueberry ("Elliot")
  • Kiwi (Actinidia issai)
  • Blackberry ("Thornfree")
  • Honeyberry (Lonicera caerulea var. kamtschatica)
  • Gooseberry ("Hinnomaki Red")
  • Loganberry