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Australian Woman aged 55, seeks to start a conversation with anyone in Australia who is interested in permaculture. I would love to talk to anyone who is also interested in NVC and has a passion for compassionate communication. I enjoy to relate to people who also enjoy to relate with awareness, respect, kindness and gentleness.
I am also putting out feelers to meet people who are interested in moving to Mid coast NSW with a view to entering into an agreement for mutually benefitial living arrangements for staying on and enjoying this land that I am custodian for. I would love to regenerate and help this land to heal itself. I would love to put in dam and ponds, plant a food forest. There is much to discuss. Property has electricity and wonderful climate with plenty of rain and also a bore with high quality water. If you would like to help me create a wonderful place to live and share our lives please contact me to explore the possibilities.
I am separated and mother to eight year old child. I own my own land 30 acres.
I prefer to fill in details in a private message. Please I invite you to message me if you are interested in helping in any way no matter how small a contribution.
 
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That sounds awesome to me, I'm in Aotearoa though so no help! Wish you the best.
 
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Thank you, John.
 
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I am in Australia and I am always happy to talk permaculture. I too am hoping to find more like minded people in Australia, though I am in the Melbourne region. How is your search going Bronwyn? We will be going into Spring before too long, I have already gotten some of my annual seeds started and have been cleaning up and chop-and-drop mulching my perennials in preparation!
 
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Hello Aimee,
Wonderful to hear from you.
Tell me more about your garden and you. You are wellcome to PM email me.
I am absorbed in filling up my daughters social calender, playing catchup from the Covid shutdown of our homeschool community.
The garden is full of wonderful lush weeds that will mulch deliciously. Watching the peas grow. I am thinking of redesigning the ponding (washwater) system I have been experimenting with.
I have only had one lovely couple with children discuss with me any possiblity of joining me. Unfortunately they are limited by their car and the dirt roads to my little property. So that is one of the things I might mention to people wanting to come here is that there is 15 to 20 minutes of dirt roads to get here. I am hoping for people with a caravan or such and children are really welcome.
My time is stretched at the moment so apologies for shortness of reply.
Hope to hear from you.
Warm Wishes,
Bron.
 
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Oh it does sound like you are keeping busy and it will be good for folk to know about the roads, I know I too only have a very low to the ground car. I will send you a PM, thank you so much for your kind reply. I really hope others find your post!

-Aimee
 
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