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Podcast 152: Sepp Holzer's Permaculture Chapter 5 Part 2

 
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http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/1754-152-sepp-holzers-permaculture-chapter-5-part-2/
 
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Near the end of the podcast, Alex and Paul talk about Sepp's water methods and practices. I'm wondering if there was any discussion around this during the most recent Sepp visit? If not, does anyone know any good resources where I could learn more? Is Sepp a student of Schauberger, or does he do his own thing?

I would love if Sepp wrote a book about his beliefs around water. Maybe we can get this thread to be a big discussion around the topic, then Paul can present the thread to Chelsea Green, Maddy Harland, and Sepp as proof that it would be a great seller. Please help!
 
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If you speak German, that book is already available. For the rest of us, it's being translated as I type and should be available by the end of the year.



I think I'd better get my act in order and type up everything I can remember in the Tamera and their water retention landscape thread. Pleas give me a kick up the butt if I keep dragging my feet.


 
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Thanks! I remember Paul talking about this in one of his podcasts about the Sepp visit, but I didn't realize it was about his water practices. I look forward to the translation!
 
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