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Awesome story about ancient permaculture

 
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Apologies if anyone has posted about this here already. I had to share it. This should inspire us all.

http://azjewishpost.com/2013/fossilized-pollen-unlocks-secrets-of-ancient-royal-garden-in-israel/

They created a food forest, and these archaeologists figured out thousands of years later what they had planted in it, and how. Astonishing!
 
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Thanks, Ivan. very interesting. Think our gardens might prove to be of interest to someone far in the future?
 
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