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|Owen Hablutzel: "Water and Transformation in Dryland Systems - Resilience Science & Keyline Application"|
|Written by Craig Mackintosh|
|Thursday, 03 November 2011 17:04|
Owen's talk here is quite fascinating. While most in permaculture will recognise the importance of mainframe design, Owen's talk goes a step further, and dips headlong into mainframe concepts as well. If you're one of those right-side brain type people who just loves thinking a little above and beyond and immersing yourself into a bit of theory, you'll find this talk from Owen hard to pause. If it doesn't sound like your cup of tea, don't panic, as Owen brings the theoretical aspects back onto the ground throughout, to show how it plays out (and boy does it play out) on a tangible property he's been working on in the U.S. of A. -- in this case the large broad acre Whirlwind Farm. In essence, Owen's talk is about restorative, resilience farming: how we can think about it, and achieve it.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 03 November 2011 17:15|