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1. What should you be doing during your observation?
Observe everything (sun, signs of water movements and accumulation, soil, plants, traces of wildlife, signs of erosion, etc) until you cannot find new elements Use a map only when you feel like it Never spend more than 1 hour observing the site Never record and or take pictures, it's harmful to nature Try to find solutions to the problems you observe
2. What are the key features of a map?
3. Which following sentence is true?
Permaculture involves careful and extensive observation, breaking down issues in components, analyzing the relationships between those components and designing solutions from patterns to details. Permaculture design focuses on details only. In permaculture, we always use non-toxic natural remedies to get rid of pests. Permaculture allows you to identify a problem and immediately provide a solution.
4. Which of the following sentences are true?
Observation can be done anytime after the design is done Doing your observation only involves estimating how much time and money you want to spend on your design project. Observation will lead you to identify both problems and potential solutions Extensive observation is an essential step of permaculture design and must be done after the design in order to avoid future problems