Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0178 MSJ Permaculture at Burdock Festival with David Homa.mpg

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On August 17th at the 11th Annual Burdock Festival in Starks, Maine, David Homa explained that permaculture is much more than a way to plant crops. Of course, since the health of our soil is critical to our long term survival, he gave folks a broad overview of the twelve design principles of permaculture and how to build up a sustainable soil bed in layers. Most of the components are locally available and can be acquired for nothing or next to nothing if we are willing to work at it. One of the principles of permaculture is that there are no free rides. If you really believe in the family values that our parents and grandparents learned, this will interest you.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 07:34

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