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Remember December

It’s the biggest hectare I have ever seen!

Tatyana Temirbulatova’s Permacultured website

It’s an awesome place to be!
Jessie’s the Rabid Little Hippy

What I didn’t expect was to be so taken with what permaculture is, and what it isn’t.

Jacqui’s dusty country road,

Everywhere  you  looked  there  was  an abundance of  food, even  though  it  is  mid  May.

Quince, Apple, Pear and Potato Jane Neville
(I)t is an authentic and mature example of permaculture in action.
Erin Marteal’s Permaculture in Public Gardens

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