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Is anyone in the Fingerlakes NY region?

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Hi everyone, I am in Hector NY, about 30 mins from Ithaca/Cornell. Is anyone still practicing permaculture in this area? I'm still relatively new and still looking for community
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Sean at Edible Acres on Youtube is in the Fingerlakes area (I think).  He posts on here sometimes as well.
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I'm a little south of Albany, not near where you are, but I 2nd Edible Acres and there is the Finger Lake Permacutlure institute:

Akiva Silver is closer to PA I think, but his Twisted Tree Farm has a lot of good info
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