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Quiet Push for Agroforestry in US

 
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A link to an article in todays paper:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/22/science/quiet-push-for-agroforestry-in-us.html?src=recg
Nothing to permies but nice to see in the NYT.
 
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thanks for sharing!
 
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Interesting, thanks for sharing! I think this could definitely lead to a more widespread interest in permaculture, or at least make it much easier to introduce it to farmers who may already be practicing similar techniques.
 
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