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Gloryland, a Windham Vermont Experience

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Greetings and Salutations,

Finally joined Permies because I can now say that I have a plan to permaculture 4.4 Acres in Windham, Vermont. It's the old Chapin Homestead, in fact, built in 1790 (Im told).

The place has gone to ruin, this last piece of a large 100 Acre plus sheep farm. It's south facing with a septic, a man made pond and well. It's overgrown with blackberries, willows, pine and periwinkle. We have a shed & chicken coop that are in remarkable shape (Jamaica Cottage stuff).

We would like to connect to fellow permies in the area. Very outgoing here. Far Left politics. FAR LEFT. Yolanda is an entertainer some Vermonters might know. I'm in Health Care Management.

What's growin' on?

Satyre & Yolanda
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