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Podcast 029 Discussion - round table at Labiondo farm

 
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I apologize that this one sat in the cue so long folks, but its a good listen enjoy

http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/278-podcast-029-round-table-at-labiondo-farm/

 
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Awesome!  Thanks for the hard work Brice!
 
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what do you all think of that format?
 
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I really enjoyed that one myself Paul, would not mind you doing a bunch like that whenever you can get a like minded grop of folks around a table.
 
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The round table sounded great I think that this format is really great and really suits your style.

I think that the mix of discussion and opinions of several people really brought out a lot of great info. 

Thanks Paul.  I hope you continue more like this, It would be great to hear one with Brian kerkvliet next time you are there too.

 
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I too liked the mix.  It was a neat combination of small/local/community/economics.

Question:  During the discussion about the water coming on the property the suggestion was made to divert the water.

Would where the water is going to be a consideration?  Downstream?  If it is diverted how will it affect what is currently growing downstream and why / or why not take that into consideration?
 
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If the water coming onto the property is diverted, then it can be cleaned in one spot.
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