Thanks to Gardener Ed for locating all the hugelkulture information you’d ever need (or use) all in one place. See: Permaculture Articles by Paul Wheaton where you will find information on hugelkultur--a way to use brush and wood debris in your own yard or garden while creating a sustainable environment for your plants which requires very little watering and no fertilizer. See also: The Art andScience of Making a Hugelkultur Bed – Transforming Woody Debris into a Garden Resource, which is a blog post on the Permaculture Research Institute site. This is a great site for information about reclaiming deserts and wastelands, as well transforming landscapes and environments worldwide into sustainable, resilient food forests. For pictures and information on a local hugelkultur project, see Regine's hugelkultur post on the Tallahassee Permaculture Guild blog site.