Transylvania | Olga Lazin

Transylvania | Olga Lazin:

The Sanity of Sustainable Agriculture in Transylvania – Romania, The Way Of the Future

 
 
 
 
 
 
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What a wonderful country, Romania, and even most beautiful region is the region of Transylvania. This is where permaculture is being practiced for centuries now. Check it out,http://wp.me/p1eLJn-fY Transylvania’s Famous Sculpturer, Mihai Borodi. E-mail:olazin@ucla.edu WESTWOOD NEWS for my neighbors: West Los Angeles … Continue reading 
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Sympathetic and nonjudgmental: Memoirs from Transylvania

 
 
 
 
 
 
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This is the beginning of a beautiful readership: Escaping Transylvania to the World From the Romanian Gulag to Old and New Cultures – Memoirs   By Olga Lazin   How the University Really Worked in Romania   In 1963 when … Continue reading 
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 "The Sanity of Sustainable Agriculture in Transylvania – Romania, The Way Of the Future
Posted on May 23, 2014 by Drolgalazin
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What a wonderful country, Romania, and even most beautiful region, Transylvania. This is where permaculture is being practiced for centuries now. Check it out, http://wp.me/p1eLJn-fY Transylvania’s Famous Sculpturer, Mihai Borodi. E-mail: olazin@ucla.edu WESTWOOD NEWS for my neighbors: West Los Angeles … Continue reading →

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Sympathetic and nonjudgmental: Memoirs from Transylvania
Posted on January 29, 2014 by Drolgalazin
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This is the beginning of a beautiful readership: Escaping Transylvania to the World From the Romanian Gulag to Old and New Cultures – Memoirs   By Olga Lazin   How the University Really Worked in Romania   In 1963 when … Continue reading →

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