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Peak Moment: ¿Cuánta comida puedo cultivar en mi casa?


Uno de los mejores y más inspiradores capítulos de Peak Moment. En esta ocasión, Janaia Donaldson entrevista a Judy Alexandre, una mujer que ha convertido su jardín, y parte del de su vecino, en una auténtica mina de producción de alimentos. Descubre su ingenioso sistema para recoger y canalizar el agua de lluvia y conoce a sus abejas, lombrices y gallinas. Un verdadero Ejemplo Alternativo.

Editorial Notes: A classic Peak Moment episode that has been translated with Spanish subtitles by a dedicated Peak Moment volunteer. We hope this helps get the resiliency message out to more people! -KS

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