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Eagles, Floodplains, and Permaculture provides a true template for Regenerative Design

Greetings From the Floodplain,

Listening to the land and observing the relationships between animals, plants, water, and soil provides the only true template for Regenerative Design.

Good designers always take the time to listen, observe, and be curious about what natural systems have to teach us. Right outside your doorstep are ongoing complex and symbiotic interactions of organisms and the functions, processes, and stewardship roles they play in our environments.

This video about the Eagle and the Floodplain has some deep lessons to it. Watch all the way through to the end to learn the most important principle of Permaculture.


Best Regards,

Erik Ohlsen

Special Announcement: Compost Tea Workshop at the Permaculture Skills Center Saturday March 31, 2018 1pm -4pm. Learn more here, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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