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Geoff Lawton's "From Monoculture to Permaculture" video now LIVE!  RSS feed

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Geoff takes us on a tour of an amazing farm belonging to Warren Brush in California. Once a monoculture apple/persimmon/avocado orchard, the farm now produces a variety of products including cheese and other creamery items and heirloom pork. Warren has achieved an incredible transformation in this land that was on a steady decline. By stacking functions and using animal systems, he has increased fertility, and supports a greater diversity of products which makes a much more stable ecologic and economic system. 14 family members work on the farm spanning 4 generations.

See the shortie version below or view the FULL VERSION by signing into Geoff's site. You will also get announcements of when his 2015 Online PDC is starting (hint: SOON) if you are interested in taking it.

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Enjoyed this video very much . Lots of ideas and lots of hope for everyone .
Any ideas where the milk comes from ?

We begin by testing your absorbancy by exposing you to this tiny ad:
DIY solar dehydrator - have you built one?
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