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Symphonies in Seed & Soil Tour Date - August 26 - Ludemon's in Beaverton, Oregon

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Leading Permaculture Expert Paul Wheaton
Hosts Unforgettable Sepp Holzer Movie

Aug. 26, 2012 – BEAVERTON, OR – Farmers, gardeners, and anyone wanting to lead a more “eco” life will be excited because Paul Wheaton, one of the leading figures in the permaculture movement, will be hosting a night of dynamic growth and inspiration with a movie screening of permaculture farmer, author and international consultant for natural agriculture, Sepp Holzer followed by Q&A sessions with the audience.

Wheaton, from Missoula, Montana, founded the website www.permies.com, which has since grown to be the largest permaculture site on the Internet. Lately, Wheaton has become known as “the light bulb guy,” due to his passionate rants and even a recent, fully-funded Kickstarter campaign exposing the ‘greenwashing’ of compact fluorescent light bulbs.

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WHAT: Farming with Nature, Aquaculture, and Terraces & Raised Beds with Sepp Holzer.

WHERE: Ludemans Farm & Garden Center
12675 SW Canyon Road, Beaverton, OR 97005

WHEN: Sunday, August 26, 5:30 p.m.

HOW: Open to the public - $15 suggested donation per person

About Paul Wheaton

Paul Wheaton is a passionate advocate of permaculture. He has written several permaculture articles starting with one on organic lawn care that he presented at the MUD (Missoula Urban Demonstration) Project 17 years ago and includes articles on raising chickens, using cast iron skillets for cooking and diatomaceous earth. Paul also regularly uploads permaculture videos with over 5 million views and permaculture podcasts. In his spare time, he has plans for world domination and is currently shopping for a hollowed out volcano in the Missoula area with good submarine access. Visit his website at www.richsoil.com
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