Incredibly Abundant 1-Acre Permaculture Homestead Tour

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In Episode 3 of Permaculture Tours we revisit the amazing Limestone Permaculture Farm. in NSW, Australia. We first visited Limestone back in 2015, when Brett and Nici were five years into developing their 1-acre permaculture property, working full time off-farm and creating their piece of paradise in their spare time (click Part 2 above to watch).

This revisit film was shot in October 2019 – four years on, Brett and Nici are full time at home, teaching permaculture and homesteading, offering farm tours, selling produce and thriving despite a severe drought and encroaching bushfires. Brett gives us a tour of the property, showing how things have changed and developed since we last visited, and Brett and Nici describe the motivation behind all their hard work.

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