Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Aurélie Dolbeau says:

    Hey, now it goes down to the technical stuffs I love it ! A remark from my side, as a visual dominant learners I would love to see more diagrams, numbers or schematics drawn onto the slides ! This synchronized to your voice would have more power and potential to be remembered 🙂 As well as a final slide summing up all the “key points” of each videos in one slide and bullets points 😀

    That would be great ! Thanks

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    • Bret James says:

      Hey Aurélie! Thanks for the feedback and starting in Module 5 you will see many of your suggestions implemented and we are working backwards to update the earlier modules (1-4) with the same improvements 🙂

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  • Amanda Koza says:

    what does peat moss fit into in the diagram? Is tha what you call hummus?

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  • Cathrine Rose says:

    Would you Bret be able to provide us some diagrams. I know you say we can screen shot,but it’s hard to screen shot while on the computer. I think it would be a good thing to provide.

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    • Bret James says:

      Thanks for the request Catherine – we have had a number of people ask for this as well. Some good news is that starting in Module 6, PDF downloads of the slides with cliff notes on the lesson contents are available and we are working backwards to make these available for modules 1-5 this fall 🙂

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    • Terry Nguy-Chang says:

      If you have a Mac laptop or desktop like I do, pause the video and press these keys: shift, command, number 4 at the same time. A bullseye-like icon should show up and you drag it to create a border around the part of the screen you want to take a shot of. This always work for me.

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  • Angela Martin says:

    Is there a printable copy of the diagram somewhere?

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  • Xochitl Coronado says:

    The diagram used was is good! i like it, i assume its going to come in handy when testing soil and trying to get it to ideal soil type.

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