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  • Elaine Elizabelle 2 years ago

    This brought tears of hope to my eyes. It must be taught.?

  • Martin B 2 years ago

    I’d love to learn from this guy. Unfortunately, I can’t afford to fly all
    the way to Canada, at the moment.?

  • LadybugGirlShow 2 years ago

    Pure abundance. We live on a five acre farm and I’m focused on a small 20
    tree orchard and creating a self sustainable system. I would love to visit
    your farm. It looks amazing!!! I’m working on creating our own abundance.
    I love that you share your abundance as well. I hope to do the same. I
    love your message that we need to share with nature as well. My garden is
    young but here is a link to tour my organic garden. Hope to take it to the
    next level this year, https://youtu.be/8yixvKER1K8?

  • The Coleman Farm 2 years ago

    Stefan has a two hour movie called “The Permaculture Orchard” where he
    explains in detail his farm. It’s one of the most educational videos I’ve
    even seen. Brilliant. ?

  • Trung Ki 2 years ago

    How could it be that incredible :3
    Uncle, you inspire me so much :D?

  • Robert Miciovici 2 years ago

    Miracle Farms – commercial permaculture?

  • liz hodgson 2 years ago

    Wow, great video! You’re such an inspiration to me! ?

  • SithSereyPheap1 2 years ago

    A garden or an orchard is a happy place,i dont want to kill every little
    creatures that called it ” A HOME ! “.I’m a gentleman farmer !! ;)))))?

  • Stefan Sobkowiak 2 years ago

    Just returned from a 30 day tour of New Zealand for the #bonztour teaching
    and speaking on this subject. You can get a lot of the most up to date
    information on the tour’s website: http://beyondorganicnztour.com/blog/
    plus check out the resources page, it’s got more great information.?

  • Donna Allgaier-Lamberti 2 years ago

    Looking for suggestion(s here: We are a Zone 5b/SW Michigan homestead with
    flat land, sandy soil, sun (some afternoon shade). sometimes heavy winds
    off Lake Michigan. We have plans for several large triangle beds planted
    with: 1 Heritage semi-dwarf apple, 1 Heritage semi-dwarf pear (no plums
    available from the place who is grafting our heritage trees this winter.)
    Need idea(s) for third tree/deep rooted/nitrogen fixer fruit
    tree/shrub…. We also plan a

  • Oppenheimer Ranch Project 2 years ago

    Oppenheimer Ranch will mimic Sobkowiak’s successful triad succession
    methodology. NAP triads (nitrogen,apple,plum) grown in conjunction with
    complimentary under-story guilds yield epic abundance with zero input.
    Every member of the ecosystem benefits with this model. Join our journey:
    https://www.facebook.com/oppenheimerranch?

  • Harish Raju 2 years ago

    Thank you. I am sharing guava trees with parrots. papaya trees with crows.?

  • Alain DEUDJUI 2 years ago

    foodforest.co.nz is looking forward to supporting Stefan to come to New
    Zealand in 2015 to share what he’s learnt.?

  • Carverponics 2 years ago

    I love this!?

  • Signa Strom 2 years ago

    One of the most well done, clearly explained video I’ve seen on the process
    of shifting from mono to perma principles, and the benefits. Thank you!?

  • Barry Jordan 2 years ago

    This video is one of the best videos found on youtube.?

  • Alina Macmillan 2 years ago

    wondering if anyone can tell me where to find paw paw seeds or seedlings in
    ontario (or in canada in general). been looking for a while!?

  • Norm Sawyer 2 years ago

    good work?

  • FX Bandits 2 years ago

    I want to like this again but I cannot?

  • anisometropie Benihime 2 years ago

    How much time did it take to reach such an abondance ??

  • Gerard Brands 2 years ago

    Miracle farms.. it seems a miracle, but it is so natural – working with the
    earth and keeping eachother healthy.. Permaculture may not be a correct
    name.. who cares about that.
    This is how it has been done, and needs to done.. *and it is so easy to
    take this matter into your own hands..* Traditional farming, that what goes
    hand in hand with Monsanto, is destroying the earth and our habitat.?

  • David Trees 2 years ago

    I’ve watched this three times now. I love the attitude of “Why Not” and
    “let’s live for a greater purpose” than purely making money as a business.
    Yes, it needs to make cash flow for sure, without it, the orchard biz dies
    for sure … But I think this wise gentleman knows to let profit and
    abundance become a by product of that clear decision to live with and for a
    higher purpose, which includes a clear plan/system to benefit others
    including some “pesties”… Awesome. Big picture, stewardship thinkers are
    legends. Thanks so so much for sharing this Possible . Org. Big Smiles from
    me, David.?

  • Hemon Dey 2 years ago

    Poly cropping, done right!?

  • 55Herbie1 2 years ago

    Could you please tell me what the elevation is in Cazaville and the type of
    climate throughout the year?
    Thanks?

  • iambehindthemirror 2 years ago

    Not just shelf life, but most importantly, quantity, size! American
    commercial strawberries are basicly tasteless, no aroma either.?

  • Michiel Buijsse 2 years ago
  • ONPotatoEQUIP 2 years ago

    Great video?