geoff lawton visits Hong Kong to the oldest permaculture demonstration site on the planet (over 50 yrs old) that was built on land that was originally treeless, desertified and VERY steep. The shortie version is below but it is well worth taking the 15 minute tour with Geoff on the longer video. It really is amazing. This is what we need in every biome on the planet!
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I'd love to watch the full video, but the link takes me to the course signup, with no way that I can see to bypass it. Am I missing something, or will Lawton's videos be unavailable until the course is full? Thanks!
Location: Phoenix, AZ (9b)
posted 3 years ago
Yeah - I think he was getting tons of msgs on "where do I sign up"? so he just changed all the links to point to the signup page until the class is full. It should be back to normal soon, no doubt.
Subtropical desert (Köppen: BWh)
Elevation: 1090 ft Annual rainfall: 7"
expectation is the root of all heartache - shakespeare. tiny ad:
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture show