Bryant RedHawk wrote: The great proponent of Permaculture, Bill Mollison, stated in his treatise “The aim to create systems that are ecologically sound and Economically Viable” as the prime goal of Permaculture.
David Livingston wrote:The money question is really important and if anyone wants an example of how to talk to farmers Gebe browns talks hit the nail and the $ on the head
As I am replacing the keyline swales with mainline swales (all my swales also have the berm) I am putting in these extra ponds, the water in each swale does not flow down to the next now also.
Steve Taylor wrote:Have you come across farmers with contracts obligations that restrict their ability to change?
Say they signed a 99year contract to plant their acreage in corn and soy in exchange for farm equipment and use of the land?
Did Steve tell you that? Fuh - Steve. Just look at this tiny ad:
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