Sepp Holzer Permaculture - Terraces & Raised Beds
Sepp Holzer: 3 Films about Permaculture • 26m
Lungau, Austria. Pine forest carpets the alpine foothills. It looks natural, a typical scene from a tourist brochure- but it was not always so. This landscape used to support diverse flora and fauna until the pine trees were planted making the soil acidic…and acidic soil is completely unsuited to agricultural use. Farmer Sepp Holzer has made a name for himself by successfully challenging this damaging practice.
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Sepp Holzer Permaculture - Aquaculture
Fishponds on a mountain farm: an unusual sight at these altitudes. On an Austrian mountain, permaculture farmer Sepp Holzer created more than 70 ponds and wetland areas covering about 3 hectares. Aquaculture is about the sustainable use of water.