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I am supposed to already be gathering climate, soil, etc data and mapping in Google Earth.  Anyone need this done for them?

I am particularly interested in the Central American Dry Corridor. And wondering about permaculture & regenerative techniques that would, among other benefits, reduce the disastrous mudslides. Suggestions?

I could alternatively find somewhere in the Texas Hill country with its depleted aquifers, droughts and increasing population.
https://workspace.oregonstate.edu/course/advanced-permaculture-design-for-climate-resilience

3 replies on "Help. I need a location for a Permaculture Design for Climate Resilience course"

  1. Interesting Linda! I think I know someone who might be able to think along. Will pass it on!

    1. thanks Weruschca! When we have the tagging function online I will tag you next time around :)

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