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Re: Referral to Bill Mollison' Magnum Opus: Permaculture - adesigners manual

Hi, Brad,

Thanks for your post, you raise awareness of the complexities of global 
development that are all too easy to ignore in the suburbs (wherever they 
might be). Years ago, working on a Peace Corps project in Swaziland, I picked 
up a book published in SA called 'People's Workbook'. I still refer to it 
(more often, actually, than I refer to Mollison). I do pick up Mollison from 
time to time, his ideas and pictures serve me well by sparking creativity. 
But when working on community development issues, if I read Mollison, it's 
with a copy of something by Paolo Friere opened next to it (and maybe 
something by Leopold Kohr).

Don Boekelheide
Charlotte NC USA
In a message dated 11/3/99 2:23:40 AM, cstcook@iafrica.com wrote:

>Sorry for the rave.  I have written a complex article on this topic which 
was published
>several years ago by the Development Society of SA.
>In search and service,
>                                    Cecil Cook
>                                    BADI

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