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Posted by Sarvesvara Dasa almost 8 years ago
Something I have noticed in Myanmar on my travel is making me feel amazed...
I don't see any PDC or any sort of Permaculture brain behind it. But these people are better than that - I am sure.
I saw loads of plants in the small piece of land. I saw lots of the land in slopes with every aspect implemented from the ones I have read in the PermaCulture. I saw the huts and homes built on all those I can read from PermaCulture concepts.
One can think, I am exagirating, but what I saw are all true.
I could make a short talk from the locals there - with the minimal time I had. All I can find is - there is the experience brain going on there. Nothing else.
These people are born and brought up with the land, rain, soil, plants, cows, weather - and all.
I wish I can make another trip to stay and learn something from them :-)
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|Online Permaculture Design Course|
|Type: Online Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course|
|Teacher: Larry Korn|
|Date: Aug 2013|
|Permaculture Design Certificate Course|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: rico zook|
|Other Teachers: Rohin D'Souza|
|Location: Mineral Springs, Darjeeling, India|
|Date: Nov 2013|