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this thread sure is spicy like a hot pepper. or at least it was in the beginning. got bored reading.
does anyone know if this is being done in the sonoran desert in the american southwest?
i want to see the effects of this first hand because if it truly does take 2 years of effort to create a jungle in the desert thats just kind of a big deal and we should do something about that because desert land is cheap.
 
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http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/burtner-on-permacutlure-in-action

listen to rhis podcast. he is lookimg for people to work with in weat texas. he might be a good start.
 
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thanks man, ill keep that in my list of possibilities. i wish i would have found out about this in july...
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