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podcast 166: sepp holzer visit part 2

 
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Paul Wheaton and Jack Spirko talk about Sepp Holzer's visit to Dayton, MT. They talk about Sepp Holzer and transplanting tomatoes. They talk about making the big bucks with permaculture. They talk about huckleberries. Jack describes Sepp getting angry at the way a supermarket tree was grown and sold. Paul talks about apple trees from seed. They talk about stupid questions. They talk about how tall and steep to build a hugelkultur bed, as well as using trees as nails. They talk about the lake Sepp started creating.

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I'm really curious about this work. Can you please post some images of this project talked about in this podcast? Thanks
 
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