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Hello from Oregon

 
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Hi!  My name is Melodee, I've been lurking for awhile and enjoy all the podcasts.

I'm a newbie to permaculture, who is hoping to put some of these ideas into practice.  I have 20 acres in the Mt Hood foothills to play with - elevation 700'

Nice to 'meet' you all! 
 
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Welcome, there is alot of nice country in Oregon...and alot of good rockhounding too
 
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Howdy! I'm also from Oregon, from the Portland area, and have been lurking around here. I figured this was as good of a time as any to post a post. Gotta love the Mt Hood foothills, are you in the Sandy area?
 
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