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Half versus Full hydrological cycle- why we do earthworks for water

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The flood and drought symptom of planet earth is directly tied to the broken hydrological cycle. climate change can be approached from this perspective and we can all positively impact our hydrological cycle. its a fun exercise to get out there and dig and mound, plant trees and propagate herbs. But they why behind it all i feel very dedicated to positively impacting our hydrological cycle. Her wis an article i wrote on the topic eh. Enjoy
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Really great stuff Douglas!

Viktor Schauberger's genious is just starting to be understood by modern science.

Here is a link to the referenced work called Hidden_Nature-The_Startling_Insights_of_Viktor_Schauberger

Keep up the good work,
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