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Sipping my coffee here at home in Maine, watching the snow volume fall and getting mentally prepped for the year to come in my forest garden.  Just watched this video of a forest garden in Costa Rica and wanted to share....check it out!  I want to get my place in Maine to have many characteristics in common with Paul's place.
Dang, makes me want to go down there and buy the lot next to Paul to help spread his planting out larger.  I would make so much biochar to share with him :)  Paul Zink....let us know if that land near you ever goes up for sale!  (not sure if Paul spends any time at Permies or not)
Anyhow....enjoy.





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"Paul is a botanical collector & quite the master at plant propogation.  His collection of tropical fruits & vegetables has been counted as  430 different edible species.  If you missed part 1's trek through his mountainside landscape, be sure to check that out -"

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I give this video 10 out of 10 acorns!

Paul Zink's food forests are awesome, and I love seeing all the cool stuff going on in his place!
 
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