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J Kaye
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This is just a suggestion for those of you organizing events in and around Missoula--don't forget about those of up here in the Flathead. I have a number of permaculturing friends and neighbors and we would think nothing of driving a couple of hours to hear Paul speak or attend some kind of event. Alas, it seems that we never hear about those opportunities up here in the Flathead. I haven't been able to find a copy of the Missoula Independent in over six weeks now--no one seems to be carrying it here anymore.

I would happily be a clearinghouse for some of this information if anyone wants to message me ahead of time, and I'll do what I can to spread the word. Thanks!
 
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On my daily-ish email there is a "missoula" checkbox. I think I send something out to missoula only folks about once or twice a month.
 
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not to hijack your thread, but i am visiting flathead area for a couple weeks, any tips on something for a permaculturist to do in the area?

i have already noticed a lot more fugal activity here compared to where i live due to higher humidity, definately cool imo but also looking for specific things to do on the one or two days i may have off from babysitting
 
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How long are you going to be here? The permaculture conference at the University of Montana down in Missoula looks good, but they haven't yet posted a schedule on their website, so I don't know if I am going to be able to attend the workshops I want to take. I am only going to be able to go down for one day. That's in November. Will you be here that long?

Other than that, I can't think of much else. If there is an official permaculture group up here (besides my neighbors), I haven't been able to find it.

PM me if you want to. We can always meet for coffee in town.
 
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i will be leaving town on the 17th of Oct most likely...

i wouldnt mind meeting for lunch or coffee or something at some point, but it will of course depend entirely on when i am not needed for babysitting or things around the house, I'll PM you whenever i find out
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