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Living the change - free documentary online this weekend

 
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I hope this is the right forum for giving a link to a video:


I have seen it last night and it is really inspiring. About permaculture / organic communities in New Zealand.
The person who gave the link in another forum said it was a bit of a summary of other available films from HAPPENS productions but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
It gives some optimism in challenging times.

The video is free this weekend.
Enjoy.
 
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This is a great documentary. I encourage everyone to give this a watch.

It was the short film by Happen Films that highlighted the food forest (guy with the long beard) that was the primary inspiration for me to buy land and start my own forest.
 
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