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Inspiration and a Common Sense Approach

To close out the Permaculture Voices 3, Jack Spirko gave an inspirational talk that covered his journey into sustainability, Permaculture and his belief for moving Permaculture forward to the tipping point. Jack has an ability to take an obstacle and not only come up with a sensible solution, but to take it a step further and look at that problem from a number of different ways and work it through like its a chess game, to focus on the larger picture.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnFQlsTdM_U

Video Courtesy of permacultureVOICES

When something is abundant, people stop fighting over it. The way we heal is with abundance thinking.
Jack Spirko

Jack leads by example, he has healed the land of his property and he continues to identify and implement what can only be described as solid effective decisions.

Two year transformation - Before
Two year transformation – Before
Two year transformation - After
Two year transformation – After

For more great material and resources, please connect with Jack Via
For Jack’s Website: https://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/
For Jack’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/survivalpodcast
For Jack’s Regen Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/regenerativeagriculture
Jack’s vast collection of videos, check out his Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/survivalpodcasting/featured

And for Permaculture Voices

Permaculture Voices Website: https://www.permaculturevoices.com/
On Youtube

The Permaculture Research Insitute

PRI Zaytuna Farm functions as a model farm (in development) and permaculture training facility. Geoff and Nadia Lawton, world-renowned permaculture educators and consultants, lead the project. Much of Geoff and Nadia’s time over the last few years has been spent away from the Institute, consulting and helping set up projects in diverse locales around the world. Seeing the worldwide demand for knowledgeable permaculture consultants and teachers increase exponentially, as fuel and fertiliser prices skyrocket and the effects of climate change, soil depletion and water shortages begin to hit hard, priority and focus is now shifting back to the Institute, where growing the training program will increase the output of quality teachers to help fill the growing need for them.

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