where is the water going to come from?
Mark Vander Meer wrote:
“What remains of our once rich land is like the body of a sick man, with the fat and soft earth having wasted away and only the bare skeleton remaining. Years ago, many of the mountains were arable. The valleys that were full of rich soil are now marshes. Hills that were once covered with forests and produced abundant pasture now produce only food for bees. Once the land was enriched by annual rains, which were not lost as they are now, by flowing from the bare land into the sea. Once the soil was deep, it absorbed and kept the water, and this water soaked into the hills and fed springs and running streams everywhere. Now abandoned shrines at these dried up springs attest that our description of the land is true.
Plato (427 - 347 BC)
Chris Stelzer wrote:I would have to say that cattle should be an integral part of the process.
Brenda Groth wrote:that fella from India (in another thread) basically brought water to a dry area by plantinig trees, and the water just came..might also happen in the gully?