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Stefan Sobkowiak Spring walkabout on the farm

 
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I'm a big fan of Stefan.  His trio system is another way to approach starting your food forest. A combination of Stefan's videos and Toby Hemenway's, Gaia's Garden had a major influence on getting me started. This video is just a laid back walk-about of Stefan's permaculture orchard in Canada.

 
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I’m a big fan of Stefan’s work as well. He’s doing amazing things in his orchard. I’ll check out this video today!

Haven’t yet read Gaia’s Garden but it’s on the list.

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