Archive | January 1, 2011

300 Year Old Vietnamese Forest Food System

300 Year Old Vietnamese Forest Food System

Today’s clip is an inspiring story about the past and the kind of future that
is a viable, sustainable one for humanity.

Paradise on Earth — a 300 year old food forest in Vietnam. Twenty-eight generations have shared in developing this spectacularly lush
environment that not only feeds the family but provides all the medicinal
herbs and plants they need.”

For those governments itching to sell their nations forests for the short term solution of biofuels/sequestered carbons, this demonstrates what is truly sustainable for us, our children, and our children’s children…


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