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Seasonal cycle course clicked

The residential seasonal cycle course continues at Melliodora. The participants are involved in various tasks and works which need to be done at this time of the year, while learning skills and principles. As you can see from the photos below they are making the most from living and learning permaculture directly from David and Su. We let the pictures tell the story.

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