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Slide show Entitled: Permaculture for Farmers- Ecoligical Production by Design

 
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Here's the link: http://www.slideshare.net/ethanappleseed/permaculture-for-farmers-v3

It may seem pretty basic to some but I like how concise it is. Nothing too meaty but I thought it was worth passing on anyhow
 
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There are some nice birds eye view planting plans for mixed orchard/forest garden setups.
 
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Great stuff! Somehow reassures me that the ideas I'm having have been put into practice by others as well.
 
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No link is showing up for me. 
 
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I agree Josh. I had the same feeling after I watched the slide show. It's weird to me that almost all of the plants listed in this slide show are ones which I want plant on my farm in a big way.

Ludi: Is the link showing now?

 
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Thank you! 
 
                              
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Thanks Travis. I always enjoy seeing pictures of what others are doing.
 
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Nice slide show - thanks for posting the link!

some of the pictures seem very high quality.  I especially like the one of the different types of currants.

I showed it to my wife and her comment was "nice pictures, but too much to cover in one slide show!"

I think to Paul's point in the pictures and poetry thread, it is easy to put lots of broad info together on the diverse sub-topics within permaculture and try and hit too much in one presentation.
 
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I think its worth a look if only for slides # 8, 77and 83, as they show canopy tree forest garden configurations.
 
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There were a number of other good permaculture presentations available to view at that link as well.
 
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