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Paul talks about hugelkultur on Mendocino County Public Radio  RSS feed

 
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Paul was interviewed by Bill Taylor on Mendocino Conty Public Radio. Paul starts talking about rocket mass heaters and then moves on to talk about hugelkultur raised garden beds.

You can find the interview here
 
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This was terrific! I know Paul said that folks were wild about his southern california keynote talk, but i liked this one better. Nothing disputing the germ theory...

I really liked the explanations about polyculture and diversity.
 
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