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New TV show features permaculture

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Commune is an agro-documentary about endearing young farmers who demonstrate how to live and prosper in a cooperative society. The show is packed with useful information, humor, romance, a lot of surprises and personal conflicts.

The series begins at the Rhiannon eco farm high in the Andes Mountains of Ecuador. Eco farms and villages in Peru and Colombia will be featured in Season 2.

Commune takes a deep dive into agricultural communities that people in the United States might want to join or create. The first step will be watching and learning from people like themselves who are successfully doing it.  

How does community look while accepting all types of people? Who will dominate and who won’t fit in? How do strangers get along living as a family in a place where survival depends on strict rules and daily manual labor? This proposed series uncovers the unique world of intentionally created communities; places rarely visited by American TV.
A berm makes a great wind break. And Iwe all like to break wind once in a while. Like this tiny ad:
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