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! Permaculture The Documentary

 
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Not sure if anyone has seen this yet. This is a permaculture documentary currently being made called "Permaculture The Documentary".
There are updates on this youtube channel DogsGoWoof Productions
From what I have seen it looks pretty good. You can donate and find more info. through the link at the bottom. They are going to release it for free to reach the most people.
Here is a description and example of part of the film.

This short film is part of a bigger film being produced Permaculture The Documentary, produced by Dogs Go Woof Productions. This is a first reveal of the footage that has been shot with David Holmgren as he recounts how a chance meeting with Bill Mollison sprouted the idea of Permaculture; where it all started. The next chapter is to shoot Bill's story in Tasmania, where Permaculture began and discover how this simple idea evolved into the most sustainable design system that reconnects human culture with nature in an evolving world.



For information on donating or the film please visit:
https://www.dogsgowoof.com.au/permaculture-documentary

 
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A 2020 update to keep folks in the loop

 
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