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Credit: Susan McGuinness

Paul had Abe Coley and Rory Page with him to review Just Enough: Lesson on Living Green from Traditional Japan by Azby Brown.

First they talked about how much they enjoyed the book. This section is all about trees. Topics included: who has forest access, co-relation to permaculture, environmental disaster and recovery, regulation, elite woodsmen, root cuttings, clear cutting, forest monoculture and harvest time.

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Just Enough By Azby Brown
358 - Just Enough Review - Part 3
366 - Just Enough Part 5
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