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Places in the US that don't have a lot of permaculture projects happening.

 
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Hello again permies!


I was wondering you guys had any ideas of places that DON'T have a well-established community of people practicing/thinking about permaculture, and don't have resources such as permaculture guilds, PDCs, etc. available for local people? Bonus points if you think the local people would desire such institutions to exist. If these places don't exist --  great! I love that everywhere has permaculture. However, I have many reasons to suspect that is not the case...  I think we often talk about places that are great for homesteading, permaculture and whatnot, but for obvious reasons we often neglect the places that don't have stuff going on! Any help would be appreciated!
 
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Central Virginia!  And here is the Perfect spot for an east coast/ mid-Atlantic Permaculture institute!

https://permies.com/t/138055/East-Coast-Permaculture-School
 
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Oh wow, I hadn't actually considered that! I'm actually from Central VA, and now that you've mentioned it, you're right. A lot of activity happens in the valley and the mountains but not much close to home. Thanks for the response!
 
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