Good Morning...Incredible array here and happy to be a part. My partner and I are interested in establishing an urban permaculture arrangement with other(s) who may be interested. We are located in the Berkshires of Ma., and have a quarter of an acre of suitable land for such an arrangement. The problem is I know very little but would welcome some assistance with knowledge and actual physical labor. There is ample water and a outbuilding/garage. It is a urban, rural, lake setting. Live in would be great but lodging would be rustic. We have a dog and a cat and we are both older. Am very interested in exploring the vegan side and have grown lots of vegitables and herbs in the past but would like to take it to a different level. please contact us if interested or if you have any ideas! tofer
Welcome to Permies.com Harrison and congratulations on your first post. Can you please clarify what you mean by "an urban permaculture arrangement".
You are certainly in the right place for learning. As a new poster, it is always a good idea to complete your profile so others who are interested can look you up as well as doing the scavenger hunt so you find your way around the site.
Again welcome and best wishes
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I have added your topic to the "volunteer offerings" forum based on this request for assistance.
If I read it wrong and that is not what you are suggesting please let me know.
The problem is I know very little but would welcome some assistance with knowledge and actual physical labor. There is ample water and a outbuilding/garage. It is a urban, rural, lake setting. Live in would be great but lodging would be rustic.
Please ask any questions that you may have as I am certain you will get plenty of answers.
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