Jay Angler wrote:I think the turning a liability, "the house you couldn't rent" into an asset, "a day-care" totally qualifies as permaculture! Having Katie farm young minds instead of encouraging people to take on loans is definitely a step up in my books.
Chris Kott wrote:Good to hear from you, Travis. I agree that there are few things more permacultural than taking what you already have and making it work better for you in another way, and double points for taking a financial drain and turning it into a boon.
I look forward to hearing about Rock the Flock 2019. Are you looking to use permies as a launch vehicle?
If you try to please everybody, your progress is limited by the noisiest fool. And this tiny ad:
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