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So I just watched the movie called Mully. And as the documentary progressed, I realized that this was permaculture and they didn't even know it!

So I did a bit of digging and found this video on their property:


This is just a tiny piece of the story. If you really want to find out about this incredible family and what they have done in Kenya then I thoroughly recommend you watch the movie.
Here is the trailer:
 
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Great stuff Nick.  Really inspiring. 
 
What's that smell? Hey, sniff this tiny ad:
planting cacao in the forest (rainforest of S. Belize) ( 640 acre farm for sale there)
https://permies.com/t/90556/planting-cacao-forest-rainforest-Belize
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