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About This Video
"This is the keynote presentation I gave at the 2013 Southern California Permaculture Convergence.  Not for the tender of ears, as I enjoy using the full beauty of the english language."

Some of the bricks discussed included:
"rocket mass heater
wofati
500 hot showers from one compost pile
hugelkultur
paddock shift systems
diatomaceous earth
rumford fireplace
fracking
solar food dehydrators
...
nettles
sunchokes
mullein
black locust
comfrey
greening deserts
legionella"

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I give this video 10 out of 10 acorns!

It is an awesome and impassioned presentation about many of the bricks of permaculture. It provides a nice broad overview of the many clothes in the permaculture wardrobe. Paul's enthusiastic and no-holds back style of presenting information makes this video one of my favorites when I want to introduce people to permaculture.
 
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Thanks for posting this dave!
 
Did Steve tell you that? Fuh - Steve. Just look at this tiny ad:
Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard
http://woodheat.net
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