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Podcast 105 - Review of Sepp Holzer's Permaculture Chapter 1, Part 5
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Paul Wheaton and Kelda Miller continue reviewing chapter 1 of
's Permaculture. Kelda starts by describing her blind taste test of a watered vs.
(unwatered wins). Paul shares about the
sepp holzer event
this spring, and the
before it. Sepp will definitely be talking about
. Sepp's book goes well into
They talk about the differences between a
and a hugelkultur bed. The book then talks about pick-your-own farms. Paul talks about
sepp holzer's income
strategy. Paul mentions reading
Martin Luther King Jr's Letter from a Birmingham Jail
, and how MLK's message applies today in the realm of food justice.
Paul talks about
organic slug control
ducks eating slugs
video. Sepp writes about
. They talk about
. Paul talks about
Sepp making lakes
in desserty places, as well as
. Sepp is not a fan of using pond liners. Paul talks about "
" and the movement of water. He and Kelda share a Sepp story about the value of honoring the natural energy of water.
Sepp US project
Ponds and Hugels
Sepp's Water Systems
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