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Paul Praised for Hugelkulture on the Survival Podcast

 
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In episode 1009 of the survival Podcast, Jack Spirko praises Paul Wheaton for introducing the Hugelkulture concept to the US and gives some publicity for Permies and Richsoil.com. That podcast is aslo a very interesting one about permaculture.
 
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Neat!

In the comments, Jack calls me a "goon"
 
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Jack needs to address you as "His grace Duke Goon" now.
 
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