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Hey Grant!
what would you suggest for marshes and wetlands of the subtropics as we have in the ParanĂ¡ river delta in Argentina? I asked Geoff and he suggested aquaponics and chinampas and I am planing that already, but I wonder if you could add anything else to that? what about animals?
Thank you in advance!
 
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I grew up on the blufflands over the sloughs of the Mississippi River. So...my advice...

Chinampas for vegetables and alligators for meat!
 
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Grant Schultz wrote:I grew up on the blufflands over the sloughs of the Mississippi River. So...my advice...

Chinampas for vegetables and alligators for meat!



Alligator huh! can you also milk those? just kiding, thank you very much Grant!
 
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