Added by on 2018-10-10

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  • Henry Cancel 2 years ago

    Shutting off video, too bad but music kills a really good vid

  • Henry Cancel 2 years ago

    Dude shut the music offffffff totally distracting and your voice is difficult to hear!

  • To bad some live in neighborhoods where there are hoa's and would never allow such a yard.

  • Carrie LaPorte 2 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge and showing us to teach us!

  • Abby Hillman 2 years ago

    This is lovely. The background music is distracting.

  • Supratim Chaliha 2 years ago

    Enjoyed the whole video! Thank you!

  • Amy Sundari Finlay 2 years ago

    I studied this stuff for years ago, but seeing your demonstrations really inspires me to be considering how to do it now in my new home. Thank you so much for what you are doing!

  • Sunny Simple Life 2 years ago

    What laundry detergent do you use?

  • whatzit 2 years ago

    Your video AND YOUR YARD is an inspiration. I'm currently starting my planning, but my end goal is very similar. Growing food as well as taking advantage of natural resources available without being destructive. I live in a consistent dry climate, only 15" of rain/snow a year, so this info is awesome! Thanks for this video!

  • Ryan Miller 2 years ago

    Awesome brother

  • nina lynch 2 years ago

    beautiful man, beautiful, garden, very inspiring, good work. much respect

  • Maricela Hinojosa 2 years ago

    Lots of great information in a way that I can understand about the way our landscapes should be. You are very inspirational and I will be using some of your ideas in my landscape. I've already started with adding lots of wood chips to my landscape but can do so much more. Thanks again.

  • Fiona Forward 2 years ago

    Hello well done learn from Australia the driest country on earth follow permaculture in Australia then look into Africa’s journey and India as well

  • Chris Daldy-Rowe 2 years ago

    you take wayyyy tooo long to get to the issue

  • Ajewell 2 years ago

    Great video! #goals

  • centpushups 2 years ago

    wood chips the holy grail of gardening.

  • Kayinfso Here 2 years ago

    Excellent teaching video for we beginners.. Thanks.

  • pennellkay 2 years ago

    Good  informative  video.  I  had  never  thought  of  the  swale  before.  And  like  the  terracing  idea  too.

  • Elizabeth Armendariz 2 years ago

    preachy, slow boring. your talking to California's make it entertaining.

  • Dillon Haight 2 years ago

    Great video, man. Thanks for spreading the gospel!

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