Richard Gorny wrote:After posting these pictures on social media I have been attacked fiercely by a number of ecologists saying that this is a crime against nature. I was told that I should have left the swamp alone, as it was.
Richard Gorny wrote:
After posting these pictures on social media ...
F Agricola wrote:Too bad there wasn't 'before' and 'after' photographs just for comparison.
Travis Johnson wrote:Well you are better than me. I usually get halfway into a project and say, "Jeesh, this looks so good, I should have taken pictures of what it looked like before."
By the way, in my absentmindedness, I never said what a great jobs you di. That looks really nice. I really commend you on a nice pond.
Skandi Rogers wrote:The only time I would say that could be considered ecocide would be if there were some specific plant or animal present that requires seasonal water only, something like fairy shrimp or certain orchids otherwise you are simply changing the habitat available but not removing it.
Hugo Morvan wrote:Great job for infecting people with permacultureand the lot. If more people would think like you the country site would be more interesting. Not only for you and wildlife, but also for tourists who are seeking refuge from busy stressful cities more and more. Providing an income stream for locals. I know this is a far stretch and not an argument in the fight against trolls ruining your morale. But like Travis grandfather said they only get you when you care. Wise man.
Keep your blog going. Show the progress. Pictures show more than words.Is it in Polish?
I don’t get the 2010-2019 in the pic you posted. I thought you made water.