Darius Fisher - Sekem's Future with John D Liu
Geography: Year 10-11 • 8m 20s
in 1977 an incredible project was born, 60 miles northeast of Cairo. The transformation was to make the desert, bloom with new trees, medicinal plants and food crops. Seken now stands as an incredible mile stone in peaceful collaboration, teaching humanity and society what we can achieve when we come together.
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