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Infiesto, Pilona, Asturias, ES
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Rural Permaculture, Spain, May 2012

Residential Permaculture Design Course, Northern Spain Leading to the award of a Permaculture Design Certificate Learn the principles of Permaculture in a beautiful and unspoilt part of Northern Spain.

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clare hodgkin - Garden Manager 2015 season Peter Cow - Garden Manager 2015 season

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