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We discovered a great sitcom produced by the BBC called "Good Neighbors" I suppose it is a form of permaculture in the middle of suburbia. Check it out if haven't already seen it. We got it at the library...movies for the cheap and lazy
 
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I saw an episode online (linked from here I think), it looked very cute and funny.
 
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In one of the episodes the couple are trying to get some materials for their garden (possibly mulch, I can't remember) and one of them says to a person "We need your help, we're self-sufficient." 
 
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At first that gave me a laugh but then I thought about how appropriate that is. Engaging with community instead of a big box store is a part of being self-sufficient I think.
 
                                
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craftylittlemonkey wrote:
At first that gave me a laugh but then I thought about how appropriate that is. Engaging with community instead of a big box store is a part of being self-sufficient I think.


I totally share this belief. It helps bring back feelings of community and fosters friendships too
 
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