This form of permaculture, which I'll describe as "Roving Permaculture" for now, would concern itself with ways to practice permaculture under the assumption that the place you're working with will soon be left behind. It could tackle issues such as "Why not use fertilizers and pesticides to get a quick yield, even when you know the land will be out of your hands before the benefits of more wholesome long-term techniques bear fruit?" But also "How to get what you need from the land you're on while giving it love before it's gone."
Amongst many in the lower class there seems to be a mentality that thinks "What I have now is going to be taken away anyway, so I may as well use it all as quickly as possible, trash the place for fun, and move on,"
It would give a normal human mental abilities to rival mine. To think it is just a tiny ad:
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