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Hello from the State of Jefferson (far northern California)

 
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Hi everyone!
My wife and I are in the just about to start phase of our permaculture adventure. We are on 40 acres in a small valley in far northern California (zone 7B) I am sure you’ll see me asking questions all over the place here since I am finally joining in. I have been lurking and researching for quite a while but figured it was about time I started getting involved I look forward to lots of good conversations as I have not found a Pirma culture site similar to my environment. like I said we are in the planning and acquiring plants face. We are planning to do quite a bit of our own grafting to get started. So you’ll probably find me in threads about grafting and rooting as well as looking for plants to fill in missing pieces.
 
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Welcome Ken. What are your first projects for your land? What are you looking forward to the most?

Good luck to you and your 40 acres.
 
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Hi Ken, welcome to Permies! It's a huge site with lots of members, so you will likely find others living in a similar environment. Looking forward to seeing you around the forums!
 
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We already have some small livestock, chickens and rabbits. I think the things I am looking forward to most are planting a food forest and developing our empty field to a cilvapasture for some sheep and a small milk cow.
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