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Friday Five de Geoff Lawton with Enlightened Perspective, Timeless Trees and “Accidental Rewilding”

Hi, this is Geoff,

Let’s jump right into this week’s Friday Five, weekend edition…

Enlightened Perspective: First this: “For the first time in New Zealand’s history, the country’s lawmakers have granted a river the legal rights of a human. The parliamentary vote Wednesday, which caps more than 140 […]

Bulletin de permaculture en anglais par Geoff Lawron

Hi, this is Geoff,

First, many thanks to all of you for your well-wishings, prayers, and kind words regarding the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie. Compared to some other parts of the country, what we went through was minor. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who lost loved ones.

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California drought, Georgia hope, and earthships…by Geoff Lawton

 

Hi, this is Geoff.

Let’s jump right in with this week’s Friday Five, weekend edition :)

A politician I can support: 38 years ago, former US President Jimmy Carter installed solar panels at the White House. Now, he’s installed 3852 panels (10 acres’ worth) on his family’s […]

bulletin de Geoff Lawton

 

Hi, this is Geoff.

Lots here, so let’s jump right in…

Seeds, Part I: Open source: There is so much to say about this (an entire movie is devoted to the subject — trailer available, limited theatrical release), but I’ll confine it to two main points. First, as […]

Friday Five by Geoff Lawton

Hi, this is Geoff.

I’m going to try and make this Friday Five a bit shorter than the last several, so here goes…

Take charge: In times of political uncertainty, permaculture’s message has always been the same: Take charge and assume responsibility for your own well-being; don’t outsource this to someone else. Interesting that this […]