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Does anyone know of a map of where to find cool permaculture projects?

Say, for example, that I want to take my family on a Justin Rhodes-style farm tour throughout all of Europe and wanted to check out some other people’s properties, how would I find them or know how to connect with them?

Or say I had a particular route planned for a vacation and wanted to see something interesting on the way? Or what if I (or anyone else) wanted to make my property available for traveling permies to visit and/or stop off for the night? How would they find me?
 
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I guess I would make a post saying where you are going and asking who's available. Try to do it as far in advance as possible so people can see it. I'm doing a trip in the fall, so I might do that then. I know that's not the answer you're looking for exactly, but it's a start
 
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Map of members

If you wanted to visit Denmark this map would be a good start, it lists members of the Danish permaculture, it gives address and phone number if you click on a pin. of course not all/any of those pins are available to visit, you would have to ask first.
 
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Skandi that is fabulous! If every country did this imagine imagine the trips you could take.
 
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have you had a look on Permaculture global? https://www.permacultureglobal.org/users - there's a map there. It's by no means the complete picture but a start?

We're in Normandie, contact me if you want to visit!

Regards

Lesley
 
Of course, I found a very beautiful couch. Definitely. And this tiny ad:
Wild Homesteading - Work with nature to grow food and start/build your homestead
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