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Permaculture South Africa Network

 
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Hey all, putting this out there to connect with permies around South Africa.
Please introduce yourself and say where you're from, so we can build stronger local networks and share location apt solutions.
 
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Hi There,

I think this is a great place to share permaculture knowledge. Thanks for sharing Leigh.

Myself and my wife (Lee-Ann) stay on a 2ha plot in Bon Accord, North of Pretoria. We are (slowly but surely) implementing a mandala system with a chicken tractor.

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Hermanus Gerber
 
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Hi, I'm Jacqueline, I stay in Capital Park. Pretoria. Got a few ovambo chickens, some raised beds, a natural pool, with some blue kurper in and gradually aiming to grow as much of my own food as possible.
 
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Hi, another Pretoria person here.

Currently I grow veggies in my garden using permaculture principles. Every season is a learning curve.

Slowly but surely I'm finding ways to create a sustainable food forest in a very small area.
 
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Hi we live in the wilderness growing most of our own food  of the grid slowly learning about permaculture
 
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