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We're planning on moving from our home in Omaha - we're really concerned about the economic collapse that is supposed to happen the third week of October - and want to find a place where we can use the land in the easiest, and most bountiful manner. Permaculture seems to be just right. Is there anyone from SW Iowa or SE Missouri who could talk about their areas? We think Nebraska will eventually have poor rainfall and a climate that won't be good for longer growing. Thanks!
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