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So begins the seasonal cycle course at Melliodora

With the arrival of the warm spring season, the seasonal cycle course begins at Melliodora. Despite the climbing  temperature, the course participants had a wonderful first day “immersing” deeply in the permaculture life.
The first day’s programs were varied, beginning with t  firewood splitting and stacking for a “gentle warm up”, slowly accelerating into the other tasks in the garden and the kitchen. All along, they got hands on instructions from David and Su.
Here are some pics from today’s action.
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