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Permaculture 101

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At the Commonweal Garden in Bolinas, California, amongst planters and pickers, Penny Livingston-Stark invites us to join the "huge conversation" of agriculture that includes topics ranging from economy and ecology to identifying and meeting our true needs. Founder of the Permaculture Institute of Northern California, Penny gives us a primer on permaculture and its many contributions to a sustainable future.

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