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This YouTube Channel is dedicated to anything and everything Paul Wheaton - The Duke of Permaculture! This is where he shares all his awesome videos, which cover a broad range of topics, ranging from gardening 2.0 to permaculture to chickens, slugs, rocket ovens, Garden Master Course, free heat, solar food dehydrators and even cast iron skillets !


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I give this YouTube Channel 10 out of 10 acorns!

Paul Wheaton does so much awesome work that he shares through his YouTube Channel, and its is amazing how much can be learned from his channel! It is not for the faint of heart, though, because Paul Wheaton holds no tongue and loves to share the work of others! He has curated many tidbits of knowledge from a wide variety of experts and artisans on his channel, and he has shared much of his own knowledge and expertise in permaculture and homesteading! Paul Wheaton's way of presenting information and his loud personality cannot be beat!
 
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I give this YouTube Channel 10 out of 10 acorns. One of my favorite channels! Packed full of information, there seems to be a video about just about everything! Paul is funny and I always really enjoy all the videos of the talks and presentations he's given.
 
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I agree! You could get permaculture design course level education from all of Paul's youtube videos. Some of the 2017 online Permaculture Design Course content is on youtube.
 
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I give this Youtube channel 10 out of 10 acorns.

There is quite literally YEARS of content on the channel on a variety of topics all falling under the umbrella of Permaculture. Livestock, hügelkultur, mycelium insulation, and much more! I personally want to give a shout out to the Youtube team because they are constantly learning and adapting to improve the content that is coming out.

My favorite video on the channel has to be the Respectful Chicken Harvest series of videos with Alexia Allen and Paul Wheaton. I think it is a great representation of respecting our livestock, how to process our livestock, and that it is okay to 'feel'.

Keep up the good work and I will keep watching the content that comes out.
 
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I give this YouTube channel 10 out of 10 acorns.
There is much Permaculture and Homesteading information given in a number of videos that have been shared over the years. I enjoy the different topics, tips, tricks and explanations. A great resource on my Permaculture journey.
 
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