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    After learning about Geoffs work re-greening deserts in Jordan I began thinking about whether it would work in Australia?

    Some aboriginals were discussing how historically, like all places Australia was a rich with vegetation yet I know we have some of the oldest soil in the world…wondering if anyone has any idea about Permacultures potential in Aus deserts?

    Any info would be amazing!


    Lauren 🙂



    it is a puzzle why Australian Gov does not take initiation with research work to supports global worming and environmental disaster……………..

    there are many trees they do grow in deserts, it is matter of finding trees growing at surrounding area, collecting seeds and creating nursery and planting, this may change growing environment by increasing number of trees and in no time you can turn desert into forest of its own kind

    thanks for question it may reduce global warming


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