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JerseyShoreLisa Nov 7
Replying to @WorkAndMoneycom
Avoid farmers/ranchers?! It's that Big Ag, poison the planet, monoculture "efficiency" perspective that's put that contributes to . We need MORE young farmers who will flip the script and use practices as a way to increase yield AND heal the soil.
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Permacultuurdocent 1h
Diplomacy well I don't know, and thaught me that transparancy and a different filosophy leading to a regenarative culture can distribute power in a way that prevents war.
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Nathan Eames 5h
runs counter to every single design principle in . Every Single One
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New England Permaculture 8h
Replying to @jerseyshorelisa
Such a great set of plants!! What types of water management earth works do you use??
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Geoff Lawton Nov 9
Edible succulents nopal & aloe vera. Great sources of silica to hydrate & repair your body. Aloe vera contains the element germanium an antioxidant & great facilitator of healing in its own right. Credit: @permaculture_with_soul /
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David watts Nov 9
Joe Rogan & Randall Carlson pod cast very interesting 👍
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Permaculture Online 16h
The Food Forest is a commercial operation that follows permaculture design and forest gardening ..
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Farm Fairy Crafts 2h
Prevents Need for Toxic Pesticides. There's No Need for with Permaculture!
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Gerry anderson Nov 9
See this Instagram post by .restoration.camps
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Julia Organic 15h
Season of strawberries started! What could be better of fresh and home grown strawberries? @ Julia's Organic Garden and Kitchen
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Permaculture Online 19h
team_empower: "In nature's economy the currency is not money - it is life" - Dr. Vandana Shiva #..
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SubUrban Grow 2h
Climate change protests leads to '22 arrests' over blockade. We need a revolution in transport, home insulation, energy efficiency, agriculture and more.
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Tunç Ali Kütükçüoglu 6h
We have N-fixer plants (legumes and Elaeagnus species) for enriching the soil with nitrogen compounds. What about other minerals like phosphorus, magnesium and calcium? The facts about dynamic accumulator plants
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Ron Foster 25m
The Bug Out Gardening Guide: Growing Survival Food When It Absolutely Matters # Prepper
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Permaculture Online Nov 10
Honoring Permaculture Pioneers who have passed since the last IPCUK at the 13th IPC I..
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M.R.J. Smith 4h
Replying to @vinarmani
In there is a principle- make the change with the smallest possible input that has the greatest effect over time. Craig is tapping the natural that will lead to, well, anyone can see what it will lead to I won’t say.
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Patricia Lambert 22h
The Solitary Man: Countdown To Prepperdom (Volume 1). This book focuses on building a "bugout" location from scratch, with permaculture and disaster psychology applied to an unfolding catastrophe.
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Permaculture Online 13h
Chuma Mgcoyi says Tyisa Nabanye is a food security project which draws on permaculture. Self-sus..
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Permaculture Online Nov 11
"Trees have brains and intelligence, and are able to communicate with other trees much like huma..
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chiangmai_er Nov 5
I’ll make a pemaculture farm in my hometown(KOREA). Too much ideas. And i wonder about permaculture farm of chiang mai. I want to visit ideal farm. Please more information!
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