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Permaculture version of bazylland

 
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Not sure if it exists, but as far as teaching children about permaculture, i think something like bazylland would be great. My son is obsessed with animals, farming, trucks, and bikes. Turns out he loves watching these bazylland videos showing farming, orchard care, tractor building etc. I was just waching with him thinking about how i wish it was a farmer caring for a permaculture system with aquaculture rather than a colombine harvesting a monocrop. It would be amazing if someone with the skill could do that!

In case you have no idea, bazylland is a kids youtube channel https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCfI1cD9PdHiz1gIwRkFVcrA
 
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