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Permaculture in the Baltic

 
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Hi
I'm hoping to move to one of the Baltic states or possibly Finland this year to purchase land and get my project going. Just wondering if anyone here has any experience of working in this part of the world?
 
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Hi Sean, if you are interested in living and doing permaculture in Finland I would be happy to help and share all that I have learnt.
I have lived here for nearly 15 years and had a homestead, sheep,chickens  grew all our own veggies and fruit.
Theres a lot thats different here, climate being one! but I love it.
If you are Irish then you are still Eu citizen, so no problems, I also know where there is a possibility for work if you could teach English?
I am not a young one anymore.... well young at heart anyway but very happy to help with any questions you may have....please feel free to ask, I would certainly recomend living here if you love an active outdoor lifestyle.It is truly an amazing country, its certainly got my heart.
Nicola.
 
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Hi for both,

I am living and farming in Lithuania, it is cold (less cold than in Finland) and wet climate with hot summers. The principals of permaculture are quite similar in both countries, so if you will have question, just ask
 
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