Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 4 - Design for Access
Geography: Year 10-11 • 6m 52s
The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. Doherty of the Regrarians (www.regrarians.org). This series is Andrew Millison's simple introduction to the design system, beginning with the very basics: understanding landforms to determine the potentials that each landscape possesses.
Up Next in Geography: Year 10-11
Andrew Millison's How to Fix a Broken...
Permaculture instructor Andrew Millison explains the process for repairing a degraded ecosystem. We begin with the metrics for assessing ecosystem health, and then go over the steps to triggering biological activity and ecological succession.
Formula E: Racing Recharged
40 powerful race cars, 20 top drivers, 10 high-tech teams, 10 major cities, and one prize - to win the first world championship for cars, powered purely by electricity. In 2014, this was a leap into the future, a new type of motorsport, conceived by sporting entrepreneur Alejandro Agag. Would it ...
Wet Tropics - Neil Hewett
Neil Hewett lives in Australia's oldest rainforest, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in north-west Queensland where everyday he see and experiences something new