Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Heather Watson says:

    Is there a more in-depth case study with maps/blueprints and detailed information about this project? I’d love to learn more about it. I’ll look up the project itself and see what I find, but if you have recommendations on studying this project in particular, let me know!

    Also sometimes I feel discouraged by how hot our summers can get in Texas and how much we have to water in the summers (even though I do love the heat, myself) but this example really proves to me that if they can make sustainability happen there, then we can absolutely make it happen here in Texas, with far greater ease.

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  • Kevin Kendrick says:

    Nature empowering people to be self-sustaining in a dry arid desert with salty dirt! Permaculture is a Global game changer!

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  • Aislynn Derden says:

    I love watching these videos. It inspires me to know that through diligent planning, education, and the right tools any community can have abundant vegetation and healthy food. I am ready to get my hands dirty!

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  • Josie Andrews says:

    A great example of how using permaculture can trigger successful community engagement by empowering those it impacts to have a say in what happens to their land and community.

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  • Stephanie McFarland says:

    Wet inspiring and uplifting. I hope to see a lot of people around the world benefit from this way. Especially poorer country’s. I would love to visit the desert project to see all the amazing work that’s been done. It’s incredible.

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    • Liana Smith says:

      i saw in one of the videos (i looked at a few on youtube about this project – dont remember if it is from these two here) that they do an air b&b ? so cool!

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  • Loren Vansant says:

    Thank you for putting these two videos in here about the Greening the Desert Project. It is a nice reminder of the reason for us taking this course, at least for me. It provides the knowledge that not only is there hope to help heal not only our lands, but the whole World IF we can help others understand how, what, and why they need Permaculture.

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  • Angela Martin says:

    it is amazing how many people that this could positively impact!

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  • susan tupper says:

    Great introduction to permaculture! Makes me feel hope to see one can green a dessert and get the young involved.

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  • Xochitl Coronado says:

    I would love to see this transformation for my own eyes. how beautiful it must be a desert turning green.

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