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this is a film i made about the sustainable community in mexico...
i hope you enjoy
 
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Serena welcome to permies! So tell us more about yourself. Are you traveling and documenting different permacultural communities?

Was that the coffee they were putting through the grinder?
 
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yes i am a traveling filmmaker, currently in central america. i have been on the road for 16 months starting my journey in india fro 6 months, then the US fro 3 months, central america, and next is south america. i have been learning a lot about permaculture on this trip and have been working on many farms via the wwoofing website. with my films i just wish to opens peoples eyes and share the knowledge and experiences i have scene. i would like to make a positive impact and do good with my films. the latest one i have finished is about the national parks and wildlife in costa rice.

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yes at haomekha they produce their own coffee, and that was the de-shelling process you saw
thank you for your questions.

 
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Wow , what an adventure you are on. I am really enjoying seeing the world through your eyes. Very nice film work ! Thanks for sharing.
 
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