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Permiculture food forest eagle project.

 
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I am a boyscout working on finding an eagle project that I will enjoy and heard about the food forest being worked on in seattle and an idea. There is a small clearing at a park near my house that nobody uses, and I am thinking of planning a mini food forest.
The park is in shoreline Washington north of Seattle, it has a steep hill directly to the north of it and somewhat dense woodsto the west. Would this be a plausible idea?
 
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yes.
 
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might i suggest you get permission from the parks service before making changes to the park
 
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