Beth Wilder wrote:This is great and inspiring. Thank you for sharing with us!
Neal, do you have a print report somewhere that lists which tree and grass and other species were/are successful? I heard you mention that there are new acacias growing now, for example, which is great. At other times in the video, it looked like you might have some Prosopis and even some Parkinsonia species there. Is that right, or am I just seeing what I'm familiar with from our (more like 330mm/yr rainfall) high desert mesquite savanna (perhaps what I thought were mesquites were acacias -- we have and love both here, but the acacias right around us don't get as tall as the mesquite, so I tend to be thrown when I see other taller Acacia species)?
Near us, a rancher in the Chiricahua Mountains brought stonemasons up from Mexico to build checkdams and share their expertise. I was struck by the parallel of you-all bringing in Yemeni stonemasons for the stone terraces. Very inspiring. Thanks again!
Anita Martin wrote:Thanks for posting the video, it was very inspirational! Great job, and respect for your perseverance.
I have lived myself on the West coast of the peninsula for years and explored a good part of the peninsula. It would be so great to see more projects like this. I am afraid an important part of the wildlife there is either extinct or vanishing. I remember seeing hordes of wild monkeys (in the 1980s), wulfs, and also (never seen by myself) the Oryx antelope and wild cats like leopards.
There is so much potential to start sustainable projects in the country, so your project is really uplifting.
Mostafa Ismail wrote:
Dylan Mulder wrote : I love Elaine Ingham's work,
So do I , I love Elaine Ingham work , and her approach is more convincing to me more than any body else .
now what is missing ? or what is wrong ?
Is dr Ingham wrong ? is she missing something ? is she keeping something to her self, and not telling in her lectures ?
I don't really believe in Mr Solomon approach ,
So can any body tell us who else have a better approach ?