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greetings from Southeast nc,

 
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Location: Southeast NC coastal plains
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Howdy everybody! Just hollerin to see if anyone else is in nc?
 
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hi Joe I know this is an old thread but thought I'd say hi. I'm located in north eastern SC not far from tabor city nc

 
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South Carolina!
 
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Location: Concord, NC (Zone 7b)
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Brand New to permies, myself. Greetings from Concord, NC.
 
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Cool so there are a few of us around here. where are you'all at in your venture into permaculture? I've had a slow go of it but have begun a 1 acre food forest with pecans, peach, apple and legumes but need to work on some sealed and my understory plantings. anyway would love to here from you'all
 
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at the absolute beginning of my adventure, dabbled in it a little last year, hoping to go full swing this year, working with about half an acre or so, it's gonna be a sweet experience, i'm excited!
 
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cool where about in SC are you located I'm in the area of the grand stand near myrtle beach. maybe we can share labor and plantings.
 
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i live in Chester, about 45 mins south of Charlotte/2.5 hours from myrtle beach, we could definitely work something out
 
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OK cool you aren't that far at all. the only thing I'm propagating right now are hybrid poplars. I am trying to establish 1 or 2 acres as a firewood and mulch production area. so if you want some of those I could trade a few cuttings I'm rooting right now. you wouldn't have a excavator would ya? haha
 
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lol nope no excavator, my tool list at the moment consists of a saw, hammer, and drill hahaha! I'm at the very beginning still learning
 
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A lot of Carolinians here. Hi!
 
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Hello. I'm in Charleston SC
 
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greetings from greenville, NC !

 
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Greetings from Goldsboro, NC!
 
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SE NC Brunswick Co.
 
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My better half and myself are the proud new owners of one acre in Little River. It is off of hwy 90, five miles from the sand and water.
I would be interested in trading propagations, seeds, and whatnot. I think we are pretty close to each other. We live just west of Athens, Ga
at the moment, but are planning on building soon. Once the plans are approved and the house has been located on the land, I will then be
bringing cuttings, pottings, and starts from here to install there. Plan on having most of the land growing and producing. Anyone have any comphrey?
 
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New to permies, anyone from lower Virginia area, I know middle of no where, but I would love to meet some like minded people.
 
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Hello Ann, welcome to Permies! Make an introduction thread on yourself so we can properly be introduced.
 
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Hi Joe,

We are way up on the western piedmont near Hickory. Welcome to permies.
 
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Location: North Carolina 7b, 8a
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Hello, from Greenville, NC though not farming here. Working on getting land around the Whiteville or surrounding area in the next year or two. Then I can begin my adventure. Right now, just planning what I want to grow and what I need.
 
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Location: gweiloville, North Carolina
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Greetings from our 5 acres in Thomasville, NC! Fairly close to Greensboro and Winston-Salem.
 
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Checking in from the Wilmington area. Not new to the concepts but new to the site. Looking forward to learning what I can and contributing where I am able.

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