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Matt Kilby explains how to plant a tree on a swale. A very big Swale that is approximately 2 km in length. Matt explains his method for growing trees for maximum survival in a fairly harsh environment at Mulloon Creek Natural Farms near Canberra, Australia. Eventually this swale designed by geoff lawton will support a forest of trees based on sustainable and sensible design,
Visit Matt at www.treesforearth.com.au
Leran more about this farm at mcnf.com.au or visit More info: http://www.ecofilms.com.au/
 
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Does anyone know where in the States you could obtain all the materials Matt uses in this video. Seems like a way to plant trees where I can't get irrigation to them in a dry environment.
 
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