Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Aimee Vincent says:

    Delightful!

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  • Adreena Carr says:

    Nature is so cool!! This is why hub trees are so important and we need more preservation of the natural world, so life is kept in order. Fascinating!

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  • Laci says:

    Someone in the facebook group shared a ted talk about how trees communicate with each other that was really amazing as well. There’s so much people don’t realize about the world around them. “they’re JUST plants, animals etc…it’s JUST dirt” this is the mentatlity most people have and when you try to tell them any differently they look at you like you’ve lost your mind. But i have hope…as more people learn or rather relearn about the world around them and they see what’s really there and see what’s possible, things will start to turn around as it is shared and implemented. I just hope it happens fast enough to stop catastrophe.

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  • Darlyn Gomes says:

    This is amazing.

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  • Loren Vansant says:

    This is truly loved! It went along with a documentary I watched years ago about plant communication – and that they can feel pain like when you cut them and let out a warning for nearby plants.

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  • Lee Raynor says:

    Amazing to learn that one hub tree was found to be connected to 47 other trees!

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  • Lee Raynor says:

    Amazing to learn that one hub tree was found to be connected to 47 other trees!

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  • susan tupper says:

    always wished I could talk to trees 🙂

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