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   문자 남겨 주시면 연락 드리겠습니다.

* 지역: 남구 주월동


* 교회사역이나 여름, 겨울 수련회 일정이 있으실 경우, 상의 후 조정 가능합니다.

* 주말에 사역하시면서 평일에 일하기 원하시는 성실하고 따뜻한 여자 전도사님으로 구인 원합니다.

* 영어보조일이라서 영어실력과 무관합니다.


산림은 물 소비가 많으나, 그 대신 빗물을 머금고 있는 토양층을 깊게 만들며 빗물침투가 용이하도록 크고 작은 공극이 풍부한 토양 구조를 만듭니다. 사면침투시험 결과에 의하면, 잘 가꾼 산림에서 빗물이 스며드는 양은 시간당 200mm 이상이어서 강우시 산지사면을 흐르는 물이 거의 발생하지 않게 됩니다. 이에 반해 사람이 걸어다녀 다져진 길은 10mm 정도입니다.

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