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Hey Permie people!  Thought you all might be interested in this free class on urban agroforestry.  It clocks in at just over an hour and was filmed live on site a permaculture-designed agroforoest in Appalachia, Kentucky.  Very in-depth and useful information.  The Youtube URl is here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiDEIfC2LhWMLOOZlFVcw3Q

You can also search for Peaceful Heritage Nursery!  Hope you enjoy it!  
 
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Hi Blake, I think the youtube function will only embed a single video, not a playlist.  Are these the right videos?
First one


And second one
 
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Yep!  That's it, I appreciate it!
 
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Blake, I love your website for Peaceful Heritage Nursery. I'm also located in Kentucky and currently planning a half-acre orchard / food forest in Lexington. Your website is the primary source I visit to get a quick summary of the pros and cons of each cultivar and learn about what conditions they need to thrive. Your plant descriptions give just the right amount of information, and I appreciate how you highlight what makes each variety special. I will likely be placing an order with you this coming fall as I start planting my first trees. Strangely, out of all the amazing trees and shrubs you sell, the product I'm most excited to try is the Chadwick tomato seeds. Its description sounds exactly like the tomato I've been dreaming of.

I watched your video last week. I must have found it on your fruit blog. I have never pruned apple trees before, so I found it helpful to see you describe the apple tree pruning process rather than having to read about it in a static book. I learned other things from the video, too, but the apple tree pruning is what stood out for me personally since that's something I need to learn about right now. Thanks for putting the information out there!
 
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Hey Audrey, right on!  Glad you like our work.  Will be happy to talk with you.  
 
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