Aquaculture with Bill Mollison
AUD $ 40.00
Hear Bill Mollison, the ‘father of permaculture’, discuss aquaculture systems at a course that he ran in 1985, captured by permaculture pioneer Jeff Nugent. This is followed by related excerpts from the PDC he ran in Stanley in 1983.
12 hours of recordings on CD. Includes a 18 page PDF file of accompanying diagrams and course notes as well as the chapter Water Plants from Jeff Nugent’s Permaculture Plants
Bill Mollison discusses aquaculture systems
Featuring over 12 hours of the Master of Permaculture
Professional recording with accompanying diagrams
“Mostly this was taken from two different courses. I start with the 1985 course because it was Bill’s introduction to that group so he was starting from scratch with them. For those that are not familiar with Bill it should also be a good introduction to him for you. He had flown in the evening before and leapt straight into aquaculture. The next day he took a different group for a weekend course on Designing Your Own Backyard. He covered home ponds in that so I have included that small section. Various parts of the 1983 Permaculture Design Course that I attended in 1983 in Stanley Tasmania are included also. There is some doubling of information but I doubt you will be bored because it is usually in a different context and from a different perspective. “ – Jeff Nugent, editor and author of Permaculture Plants
More than seven hours of previously unreleased material including the walk through “The Swamp” –Bill’s pet project in Stanley.
Tracks 1 – 6: Perth Western Australia, December 1985 (4hrs 13Mins)
Tracks 7 – 20: Stanley, Tasmania, September 1983 (8hrs 11Mins)
Track 21: Bonus track.
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This mp3 CD can be played on most computers, most modern DVD players and CD players capable of playing mp3. The files can also be loaded to mp3 players for portable listening. The PDF format notes can be viewed on a computer or printed out for easy reference.
|Dimensions||135 × 15 × 190 mm|