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Hello USA, I am a permie from Australia who is considering  trip to the USA next year. While over the I was hoping to visit a bunch of farms and permaculture properties and would love to check out some of the places that Paul Wheaton has designed. I listen to all of Paul's podcasts and would love to see his ideas coming to life. Can anyone help me out here?
 
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why don't you talk it over with  Paul??

a lot of the permie places in USA are in the west..mine is in Michigan but is in it's infant state again as I had to start over after housefire
 
                                                  
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Ok I just figured that this is Paul's community so it would be a good way to contact him. Also I would need permission from any land owner that I was going to visit not just from Paul and that this was a likely place to find such land owners
 
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Has Paul posted any photos of his gardens?

 
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The 80 acres I owned in 2005 has now gone to a few different hands.

I did stop by and see some urban gardens I designed in 2006 which have also been through other hands.  Everything else is more like something I influenced rather than designed. 

In a recent podcast I pointed out that I don't do design work.

And in several podcasts/threads I have pointed out that I am currently "between farms".

 
                                                  
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Ok thanks for answering Paul, I must have gotten the wrong impression. Keep up all your hard work, just listened to the Sepp Permaculture Podcast yesterday
 
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