Stu Horton wrote:My daughter and I love the show. Mostly for Tony and Amelia. Thorn's pretty good too.
Roberto pokachinni wrote:It could be that these folks do not yet have their PDC. It could be that, like me, they have been doing permacultural/homesteading/back to the land research for years and have gleaned enough information to give it a go without the official courses. As such, National Geographic is keeping out of legal complications with Permaculture by not using the term, since only those having taken the course can use the term. Just a guess.
Daniel Morse wrote: My parents asked, "why is that girl so poorly dressed for work and where are her boots." The consummate farmers said it not me.
David Wood wrote:
They're burning green waste that's just been clipped using an accelerant of some kind.
Alder Burns wrote:People do what they've got to do. Perhaps the hillside is the only land they could afford, without moving far away. The challenge of permaculture is often how to make the best of a less than ideal situation. Yes, hillsides beyond a certain degree of slope are best left in forest, but "what if"?
Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana. Steve flies like a tiny ad:
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