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I found this video yesterday on YouTube from the Canadian Permaculture Legacy channel. This man is a living, breathing throwback to when people were more resilient. He's a genius! The video is about an hour long, but as someone in the comments stated, it feels like a teaser. I want fifty hours of this guy just talking and showing his property.



Block out an hour and watch it. You won't regret it.

Paul, you need to get this guy to a future PTJ.

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Jim Garlits wrote:I found this video yesterday on YouTube from the Canadian Permaculture Legacy channel. This man is a living, breathing throwback to when people were more resilient. He's a genius! The video is about an hour long, but as someone in the comments stated, it feels like a teaser. I want fifty hours of this guy just talking and showing his property.



Block out an hour and watch it. You won't regret it.

Paul, you need to get this guy to a future PTJ.

j


that was totally worth the time. He's really close to here actually...I'll have to look him up.
 
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Ah, lucky you. I hope you can make it happen. I think they mentioned that you can rent a room from him like airb&b. I envy those who have engineering type minds who can imagine something, sketch the plans, and in short order make something amazing. And he makes things out of refuse, junk, and leftovers.

I'd go there just to follow him around, lend a hand when he needed it, and soak in his knowledge.

But I can say the same for Wheaton Labs, too! I should be able to make that happen next year.

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