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Djanbung Gardens celebrates 20 years of abundance

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I came across this video because that’s my wife and daughter in the thumbnail! It was a great day for the family and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate an inspiring permaculture project. We have a project, and some inspiration is always helpful to see what we can hope to look forward to, when all the hard work pays off. Sometimes it feels like sustainability is an unsustainable amount of hard work!
    Thanks to Echonet daily and Sharon for documenting the anniversary, it’s a great video.

  2. Hello. I live in Ukraine, and happened to see this amazing positive video. Well guys spend their time, and the children are also very happy. It was very pleasant to look at.

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