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It seems like so much of what you have at Zaytuna is incredible and I would love to have an opportunity one day to enroll in your internship program.
My question regards how much of what I will learn regarding the plant selections is transferable to other climate areas.
Or maybe said another way, is an internship at Zaytuna best suited for someone who will eventually set up a home area in the tropics or sub-tropics?
Or do all the other great opportunities at Zaytuna outweigh this minor point?
Part of the reason I ask is b/c I thought I remembered you mentioning in your interview with Jack Spirko, that you hadn't worked in an area that was cold enough to justify using Hugelkulture.

Thanks for all the work you do!
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