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PERMACULTURE AROUND THE WORLD

GAYO PERMACULTURE CENTRE, INDONESIA

https://au.lush.com/article/field-notes-sumatras-gayo-permaculture-centre

Sabar was adopted into the world of permaculture at the age of 12 when he and his brother were orphaned in the 2004 tsunami. He was taken in by IDEC, a centre for permaculture and sustainable living in Ubud, Bali, which became his home and the place where he learned all about permaculture.

Now back in his home province of Aceh, Sabar is the farm

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