Re: New Year's Resolution
- Hello Griselda,
The area is the pre-Cambrian Canadian shield, geologically speaking, in
Central Canada (Quebec). The existing vegetation is mainly conifers with
deciduous trees favouring the southern slopes.
The surface area is about 14 acres. The arable land is about 2.8 acres.
The original settlers (over 60 years ago) had small livestock, chickens
and ducks. I'm guessing there was one family of five people in the
The location has also become increasingly 'closer' to the growing urban
areas of the region. One good side to this is that there are more people
with which to barter/trade. On the negative, the downstream water might
not be as clean as before.
(There's a closely guarded 'secretive' aquaponics commercial enterprise
located in the region. It specializes in greenhouse raised cold water
trout. These are served fresh-broiled in the adjacent restaurant or sold
as a smoked delicacy to bussed-in tourists. I mention this also because
the owners spent 10 years developing this enterprise before it became
Hope that helps,
On Sat, 3 Jan 2009 15:41:33 +0000, "Griselda Mussett"
> What an interesting request. Very graphic descriptions.--
> Can you tell me/us where in the world you are, and how much land is
> involved? How many people to be sustained on this site?
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