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'''Twelve Volt Terrain''' is a black and white photocopied zine made in 2005 by [[Mujinga (zinester)|Mujinga]]. The main article is a piece on living sustainably which formed the basis of a presentation on at an Earth First gathering. There are also pieces reviewing the Twaalf Ambachten project, where people have been working on sustainability issues since the 1960s, and outlining a plan for having better meetings. There is a guide on how to sprout seeds and photographs from the sustainable living project at Teuge.  
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'''Twelve Volt Terrain''' is a black and white photocopied [[one-shot]] zine made in 2005 by [[Mujinga (zinester)|Mujinga]]. The main article is a piece on living sustainably which formed the basis of a presentation at an ''Earth First'' gathering. There are also pieces reviewing the Twaalf Ambachten project, where people have been working on sustainability issues since the 1960s, and outlining a plan for having better meetings. There is a guide on how to sprout seeds and photographs from the sustainable living project at Teuge.  
  
 
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Twelve Volt Terrain is a black and white photocopied one-shot zine made in 2005 by Mujinga. The main article is a piece on living sustainably which formed the basis of a presentation at an Earth First gathering. There are also pieces reviewing the Twaalf Ambachten project, where people have been working on sustainability issues since the 1960s, and outlining a plan for having better meetings. There is a guide on how to sprout seeds and photographs from the sustainable living project at Teuge.

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