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An Idea for Spreading the Word About Permaculture

 
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I was not 100% sure what forum to put this in so I put it here because it's the most general.

So I'm a teacher and I showed my students few FVSS songs but they couldn't get past the music stylings (I'm dealing with kids here...) So, I wanted to take a stab at a different style of music that could reach a different audience. Let me know what you think this is sort of my essay on permaculture if you will - it is meant to be taken all as one thing so read the explanation of the lyrics if you will and let me know if I totally missed the ball on any main permaculture topic or if this might be more harmful than not (by making a misrepresentation.) My students LOVED it.

Ultimately I am just a musician and love making music and I made this for fun but figured I'd post it on youtube and show it to you guys as you might find it interesting.

https://youtu.be/s7pbPYC0m_A
 
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Kind of in line with the Formidable Vegetable Sound System thing. More permaculture music is always a boon I think. Music touches where other forms of word don't always reach. Thanks for posting.
 
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