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I wanted to let you know that you have done a lot to help me with my life and my 1/3 acre. I have been trying to keep up by podcasting/video casting/writing about the things that help to make life better. For Episode 100 I came up with my top ten websites for making a better life. Permies.com was number 5! I've been surfing for 20 years and coming up with a top ten list for making a better life was not easy until I thought about what sites have helped me to actually make a better life. Your numerous postings have helped me be a better producer, a better student of nature as well as a better neighbor. Episode 101 is at http://todolisthome.com Take care and keep up the great work!

#5. Permies.com managed by Paul Wheaton of Missoula, Montana and is now the largestpermaculture site on the internet! Permies.com is great because it’s changed my property and as a result it has changed me. My backyard has been taken over by hugelkultur or the making of gardens out of huge logs of wood covered with soil. I have a classic 4 foot high by ten footlong hugelkultur bed filled with tomatos, squash, beans, flowers, rosemary, lavender and more.
The article that changed my backyard
What my back yard looks like now because of Paul Wheaton https://picasaweb.google.com/107773870977175622812...r=0&feat=directlink=directlink
lawn care For the Cheap and Lazy
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