Sepp Holzer's Permaculture
3 films about Permaculture Farming

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Farming With Nature
'Farming With Nature' is part of a series of films from Green Planet Films. 3 films on the Austrian "Agro-Rebel" Sepp Holzer, who simply observes nature and works with it…
Aquaculture
'Aquaculture' is part of a series of films from Green Planet Films. 3 films on the Austrian "Agro-Rebel" Sepp Holzer, who simply observes nature and works with it quite successfully.…
Terraces and Raised Beds
'Terraces and Raised Beds' is part of a series of films from Green Planet Films. 3 films on the Austrian "Agro-Rebel" Sepp Holzer, who simply observes nature and works with…

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