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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Join Andrew Millison in 2013 as he travels back to Arizona and revisits several Permaculture projects installed in the late 1990’s to see how they are working and growing. We go from the arid forest in Prescott at 5300′, down to the desert grasslands of Arcosanti at 3500′, then down to the Sonoran Desert in Tucson at 2600′. Come along for the ride! Get more info on courses and design services: www.permaculturerising.com , https://pne.oregonstate.edu/catalog/permaculture-design-certificate-online www.permacultureintl.com Video Rating: / 5

15 Comments

  • satyagraha a 1 year ago

    want to learn permaculture? take the course at OSU. Simply awesome.

  • Styx62 Ga 1 year ago

    This is awesome gives a spark of light into a sea of darkness

  • CooLDsteR 1 year ago

    I don't know about capturing road run-off. It's mixed with vehicle pollutants and general litter. Nice video, though.

  • Fredrick Hight 1 year ago

    Isaiah 43:19 King James Version (KJV)

    19 Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert.

  • Cicero Araujo 1 year ago

    your mind is inspirational

  • Langdon Owen 1 year ago

    What track is that, you have a link, what artist? "First come the Earth, you got to take care of it/then come the people then just fare share of it/design for the earth you design for yourself/help design a world better for you and everybody else"

  • bouhala abdelbari 1 year ago

    hi! a good report, can you share that piece of music, it's awesome! please!

  • Stacy Wieds 1 year ago

    This is encouraging. We live in Prescott and it is really dry and barren. I've been wanting to plant things and create a food forest  (or at least a wild garden) but have feared the usage of water and also the pests and critters that come around. Nice video. Thanks. Any suggestions would be welcome.

  • YUVRAJ THIND 1 year ago

    atlast some good video to preserve nature on youtube rather than wepons and people swearing at each other.

  • First Last 1 year ago

    what is the song called? 3.30

  • Bjorn Njordson 1 year ago

    Your kid is fearless… I'd be scared silly at that height.

  • Bibi Bin Laden 1 year ago

    SHARED, FB: SUN PENG TOH AKA Aisha-klein.
    The next Calvin Klein, berl!N.

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  • Alex Cicelsky 1 year ago

    Thanks. The comparisons and notes make this very educational. I've posted it on http://www.Facebook.com/lotan.ga and I'll use it in our course.

  • Alex Cicelsky 1 year ago

    Thanks. The comparisons and notes make this very educational. I've posted it on http://www.Facebook.com/lotan.ga and I'll use it in our course.

  • MrLoverThe 1 year ago

    I've been thinking of moving to Sedona or somewhere in the Verde Valley to do permaculture, this video makes it seem even more possible. 🙂

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