As a kickstarter backer it fulfilled what I wanted the movie to be. Round wood work was amazing and showing how deep the pipes are was really cool. My hat is off to everyone who worked on this greenhouse. As someone who was in on a few of the zoom meets to get updates on the greenhouse it is cool to see it come together as a movie. As a person with no round wood experience I was able to understand what was going to be built. When I showed this to my family, common phrases were “wow”, “holy cow” ,”what is ____?”.
One small critique.
If you are going to watch this movie with friends, family etc. And they do not know what a Wofati is and have not heard of Mike Oehler. Please take a little time and tell them about Wofati and Mike Oehler’s work. I was watching the movie with my family and had to explain a few things but it was no big deal.
You should never forget that every creature has its purpose in the cycle of nature and can also be very important to humans. Sepp Holzer's Permaculture
Is it being used currently with anyone's greywater, or would it be the bootcamp's greywater that would supply it?
This might be a good inspiration for people to join the bootcamp.
There's also the question of what could be grown in this greenhouse now that it's here...even if that isn't its purpose, it can win over taste buds and stomachs to permaculture.
Rambutan, lychee, longin, soursop, mango, banana, orange, pineapple, avocado, coconut? tilapia, eels? do these need a really hot climate to thrive, or simply to be free of frost long enough to get big? Apparently the big fruit-growing region of Vietnam ranges from about 50-85 degrees if my memory serves, not in the high nineties and hundreds as I'd assumed.
Community Building 2.0: ask me about drL, the rotational-mob-grazing format for human interactions.