Re: [fukuoka_farming] Question about the website
- Great idea. But how about entitling it "Projects", or "Our experiments" or
something - more direct and understandable. When you hold the mouse over the
link, you know that little box that appears to tell you what it will link
to? That could say "putting Fukuoka's ideas into practise around the world".
Why I think this is all important? I think many of us don't have the time to
explore all the links of every website, unless we know what they link to and
that it is what we want.
I think that that section is actually the most important part of the
website. Fukuoka is in essence a practical man. I feel therefore a practical
website is in order. And I think we would help the world (really!) if we
could help gather these reports and experiments together, input them and
make them accessable. Learning from experience takes much energy. Learning
from the experience of others aids this process greatly. And sharing is the
Darwin put his whole emphasis for evolution on natural selection - survival
of the fittest! What he did not understand so well were the laws of
self-organisation, and the great role of co-operation.
>Perhaps a new subsection called, for lack of a better though, "And_________________________________________________________________
>Beyond", where we could post articles about projects that are variations
>or site-specific implementations of Fukuoka's methods. My thought
>was that it may be useful to separate "work-in-progress" articles
>from the more general articles.
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- From: "Larry Haftl" wrote:
>>My thought was that it may be useful to separate "work-in-progress"articles
from the more general articles.
I agree, and wouldn't like to see the web site saturated with to much of
non-fukuoka articles that anyway we can find easily on other sites.
Thank you Larry for your great work anyway.