In this podcast Paul continues the discussion of Just Enough with Abe Coley and Rory Paige.
This section took a left turn from the rest of the book, the narrative and illustrations ended and was replaced by a list of rules and things you should do.
The discussion starts out with doing good things instead of yelling at bad people, using fracking and an example. Paul believes that most, if not all, of the worlds ills can be cured by permaculture.
They then discuss edge, permaculture in Japan, Fukuoka, comfort, polyculture, dirt floors, zero waste, thatch, and how to save energy in the summer with a green curtain, among other things. Paul tell talks about how this book is giving him many ideas for his land, including the husp portion.
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