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Greetings planet healers, just a quick update from the Panda mountain Reserve in the Sichuan Province in China!


I mentioned previously a need for some advice, ways to source Organic open pollinated seed and/or anyone in this part of China for some help here at Wolong. Recently I managed to get some materials to construct a couple of hothouses for growing different varieties of vegetables, have been to Chengdu to network with some people there regarding the local endemic trees for the re-vegetation of the eroded mountain sides, and to come up with some sustainable creative solutions for stopping the grazing of existing forests. And we need a solution to the rubbish/plastic burning that goes on regularly...

So basically I still have a need for some assistance up here from anyone that can offer it, be it advice, practical hands-on or some contacts for seeds etc... Most especially, I wish to find where to source seeds in China...

Cheers everyone, keep on healing!!

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