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Paul Wheaton to present in Woodinville, WA - June 21 and August 16, 2012

 
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Save the dates!

Paul Wheaton will present at Transition Woodinville on June 21 and August 16 - both are Thursday evenings, 7:00-8:30 p.m. - at the Sammamish Valley Grange.

Topics are yet to be determined. If you are in the area and would like to attend, which of the following presentations would you like to hear?
  • replacing irrigation with permaculture
  • sepp holzer's permaculture (includes sepp holzer movie(s))
  • wofati eco buildings
  • raising chickens 2.0: no more coop and run
  • introduction to permaculture
  • making the big bucks with permaculture
  • permaculture tinkerers presentation
  • rocket mass heaters

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    Eric Thompson
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    My neighborhood -- sounds great!

    My prioritized list would be:

    permaculture tinkerers presentation
    replacing irrigation with permaculture
    sepp holzer's permaculture (includes sepp holzer movie(s))
    making the big bucks with permaculture


    ...but I would probably come hear most anything
     
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    Great! Nice to hear from you, Eric and it would be good to meet you at a presentation, too.
     
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    I'll Be there. great central location for many northwest people to attend.
    I hope folks will also check out the transition web site and the other activities we have to offer
    Jocelyn--will there be a fee??
    :0)
     
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    Glad you'll be there, Thelma! And yes, folks should check out Transition Woodinville events plus other info on the website.

    There is no fee at this time, because we anticipate a large enough group to make it worth Paul's time. Though since you asked, I'm chewing on whether to ask for donations.
     
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    I should have said some Transition Woodinville events have been taught by Thelma! Such as the pickles class last week--that was excellence, thank you!
     
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    Okay, the June 21 topic has been chosen: Tinkerers Technologies and Replacing Irrigation with Permaculture! Suggested donation of $5-10.

    Edit: also listed as a Seattle Permaculture Guild Meetup.
     
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    I'd love to go! But I'm presenting on goats that night in Seattle.

    Any other Paul presentations while he's in town around that date? I'll check Jocelyn's calendar too if its inappropriate to list others on this thread, no worries.
     
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    Lacia Lynne Bailey wrote:I'd love to go! But I'm presenting on goats that night in Seattle.

    Any other Paul presentations while he's in town around that date? I'll check Jocelyn's calendar too if its inappropriate to list others on this thread, no worries.


    Hi Lacia! Is the goat presentation open to the public? If so, you should post it here in the Cascadia forum--I'm sure there would be interest from others. So far, no other dates for Paul presenting in June just yet.
     
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    Sweet, Saved the date...I always seem to miss these sort of things....got it on the calender before the wife could...
     
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    August 16 will be making the big bucks with permaculture!

    You can RSVP either at Making the Big Bucks - Transition Woodinville

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    RSVP at Making the Big Bucks - Seattle Permaculture Guild Meetup.

    Or, just show up!

    (The advantage of the Meetup RSVP is that it sends you reminders, and either RSVP will keep you in the loop for event updates and conversations.)
     
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    YAY!
    I'll be there!
     
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    Ok, my wife and I definitely are planning to attend. Just need to find child care.
     
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    So great to hear you folks will be there!

    I also just found out two of our attendees are involved with an organic farm store nearby and a book on back yard chickens.

    And one will be co-authoring a new book on Practical Permaculture Design.

    There are bound to be great conversations in addition to Paul's entertaining presentation!
     
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    Well it's not going to work out for us. Too far on a work night. Maybe next time. Can it still be a podcast?
     
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    Christian Burns wrote:Well it's not going to work out for us. Too far on a work night. Maybe next time. Can it still be a podcast?


    I don't know if he'll make this one a podcast. I'll ask, but I'm not sure that he will. Sorry to hear you can't make it.
     
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    Maybe one day we could get a talk going with Paul in Skagit Valley. Hmm.
     
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    Christian Burns wrote:Maybe one day we could get a talk going with Paul in Skagit Valley. Hmm.


    I have nothing against it.
     
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