About Me

You made it! This is Matt Zucca's biographical information, which he is very proud to show to you.

Born: 1994

Died: 2094

After ranking 7th in the world in Unreal Tournament III Matt gave it up to pursue his true passion: studying the nature of the Universe.

Ever since then, life has been pretty smooth for Matt.

He graduated! He met the HAL. That was a good move, he thinks. Now he is here, and you are reading his profile. Go figure!

All of his posts so far are about permaculture, a secret plant science known only to wizards and Australians. Matt sometimes helps out at the Learning Garden, or the Fulcrum. He is probably running around downtown Ottawa or relaxing at FSS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intentional Living: Halfway Point
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Intentional Living: Halfway Point

A Brazilian told me that the flies are less vicious in their country because they have something to peck at all year. In Canada their species is nearly wiped out during the winter, so they are hungrier. We can’t figure out why the skunks, weasels, and raccoons are so desperate for our chickens though. The […]

Jottings and Visuals: Doors Open
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Jottings and Visuals: Doors Open

Hello everyone, Quick update on the chickens: they have all contracted bronchitis. This means that few will die, but the rest will suffer a lower quality of life, effectively not laying any eggs at all. We preemptively killed one. It was delicious. I have had a really busy week. I participated in two Native American […]

Forest Gardens: The Theoretical Landscape
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Forest Gardens: The Theoretical Landscape

It’s fair to say that most of human life is spent on a solid surface. Of all the surfaces of human life the most fruit-bearing is land. The animal kingdom has and may forever need to eat to stay alive. However, the proliferation of industrial technique has temporarily eradicated our collective landbase. For instance, the […]

Living in an Intentional Community Day 4
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Living in an Intentional Community Day 4

It’s been less than four days since I arrived just outside Little Current. The farm I’m on is called Manitoulin Permaculture. I live in a tent with a fluctuating population of 5-10 other people. Over the past few days we have had Buddhist monks visiting. They stay in a large dome in the forest, I […]