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What is politics and how permaculture cannot avoid it.

 
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Hey folks,

I was listening to one of Paul's podcasts on Sepp Holtzer's PDC, and the way they talked about permaculture and politics got me to thinking about what status politics actually has in our community.

These are my thoughts: http://chrisbisson.wordpress.com/2012/06/15/what-is-politics-why-permaculture-cannot-avoid-it/

 
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