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I was wondering if any people here
who are in drought areas
and would be willing share the results of  permaculture methods
they have actually implemented

I think a compilation of these  would make a good teaching tool (selling point)
for the uninitiated  

what would be nice are:
"even thought most in the area are losing the livestock and crops,
we are able to hang on"

or

our attempts at permaculture methods failed due to......


Some videos and articles on the drought problem for perspective









https://www.drought.gov/nadm/content/map/2018/06

http://edo.jrc.ec.europa.eu/edov2/php/index.php?id=1000


http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/drought/drought.shtml
 
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