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Best Sepp DVD?

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If I were to buy just one or two - which "Sepp" DVDs would you recommend?

I've watch most everything available online - so interested in more details - not the overview already available online.

Where do you buy?

I'm not a great reader, but, if necessary I could buy a book. Would one of his books be the only place to get the Sepp plant families information? Not on DVDs? And/or does the Hemenway/GAIA book, or others, cover it as well or better for USA and/or NW specifically?

I was at the same Tacoma Sepp presentation - so I saw his slides and heard you pester him with enthusiastic questions.

But he has so much info out there, I don't know which to get.

My interests lie in permaculture design, tree and plant families, hugelkultur, swales perhaps to drain away too much water but not really for subQ irrigation.

Not lake design or aquaculture, although it's fascinating, nothing I want to focus on. I have a native pond with trout, will just leave well enough alone.

I've looked at this online resources - would be interested in any others you suggest...




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If you are using a wood chipper, you are doing it wrong. Even on this tiny ad:
Abundance on Dry Land, documentary, streaming
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