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Hello,

In direct relation to this group, perhaps having your participation in answering the Edible Forests & Veganic Permaculture survey would serve as a conversation starter: http://noblepeacetribe.org/survey/  We have an ethical obligation to reveal the bias of preparing this survey since our actions aim to free animals from abuse, exploitation and private property status. We appreciate the participation of all people with their varied and conflicting perspectives in these issues, which we are thankful for and appreciate while maintaining a courteous dialogue that may bring us closer on our similarities rather than distance us due to our differences.

My partner and I have traveled more than a year through the Amazon, Andes and the Ecuadorian coast on a journey to find ourselves and find company, location and shared vision. Of all the experiences we have had volunteering in various projects and participating in food forest projects, doing experimental techniques of agroforestry, and also taking care of homes and pets, we have created this website: http://www.NoblePeaceTribe.org

On that web page you can see a list of the practices, ideals and values ‚Äč‚Äčthat we feel is aligned with creating peace in comm(on)unity. If you have something to add (or remove) please comment or contact us.

We share this with you because we would like to meet more people who have a broader goal than just the goal of living in a location-specific community. This broader goal is the dream that peace can become true: Globalized Peace.

Hoping to find more like-minded people in this group,
The Noble Peace Tribe
 
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I am happy to discuss this matter being a vegan and animal/nature liberationist for over 40 years.
Growing up personally and professionaly immersed in depth within organics, permaculture, natural health and health and other intimately intergrated manners.
Having also, designed and implemented food forests of a huge diversity of ethnobotanical medicinals and edible plants in different international locations.
I prefer using wire, telegram or whats app (or Skype) on my cell phone
as I do not like the length of time it takes to type I use voice to text which I have not found able to do on this sight on the lap top.
I can give you my number if you like.

Jann


You are welcome to share most of the information we share to assist others.
I will say what is private and not welcomed to print.
Thus, why I love encripted systems as well. In mutual respectful relationships of every ones privacy.
 
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P.s. Life yourselves,
I have also lived in Ecuador where I would never live again considering what it has become.
As well as in the Andes, Amazon doing ethnobotanical research,exploring nature indepth and learning from indigenous peoples, etc
 
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Thank you for sharing this knowledge and time!

I am planning on visiting some Intentional Communities in Ecuador this Summer and has a few questions

Jorge-Which places did you visit in Ecuador and what are your thoughts o these places?

Jann- Where did you live in Ecuador, and what do you mean by " I would never live again considering what it has become" ...did you work on a farm?

thank you

 
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That's weird the thread count says 5 replies but there are only 4 posted may be Purple MOoseage me if you may
 
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Hi Ben.  Someone posted something that didn't quite meet our publishing standards (politics outside the cider press).  They chose to have it deleted rather than modify it to meet the standards.
 
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Thank you for the reply Greg...
 
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