Nick Steiner and Oliver Goshey on the scope of water cycle restoration options for any project size
I’ll keep today’s intro real short because this is a long episode. The short of it is that my good friend Nick Steiner and I have been diving real deep into the topic of landscape hydrology and water cycle restoration both on our own properties and through our work with clients and farmers all around Europe.
In the process we’ve become complete nerds about this topic and all of the incredible potential that working with water systems can have for the ecology and quality of life where it’s applied appropriately.
So today, Nick and I are just gonna lay it all out and summarize some of the many learnings we’ve gathered through courses, research, personal experience and case studies from our work.
We’ll be looking at hydrological work through small home scale actions to massive regional and country level policy change and transformation.
So instead of explaining all of this twice, let’s just jump right in.
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