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Karen Crane
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As an older person with little income and no savings
it seems this topic is of great value to me.
I would LOVE to win the tickets.
 
Eric Toensmeier
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Hi Karen, we'll also be posting tons of free content from the workshop at www.financialpermaculture.com. But I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!
 
Pj Maddox
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Karen Crane wrote:As an older person with little income and no savings
it seems this topic is of great value to me.
I would LOVE to win the tickets.


Hi Karen, That is two of us poor old gals. I am glad to see another older Gal struggling to become some of the things we wish we had learned and started doing many years ago. I hope we can get to know each other. If the tickets come in pairs, and I win, I will be happy to share mine with you.

I am also too poor to take those wonderful trips and classes. Thank you so much Eric for making some of your content available for those of us who have the desire to learn, but lack a lot of the means. The information might help us in that area too.

I have only been here a few years, and I was afraid to cut anything, because I did not know what all I already had growing here, that I might want to keep. I was sure a lot of my "weeds" are beneficial herbs and plants. I have ordered mostly perennials for Spring and hope I can get some of them started amongst the trees and shrubs I already have.

I can't wait to learn more.

 
jen kutler
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Also, it would be great to see any information about not just finance in permaculture but in a non-profit setting. Thanks!
 
William Toles
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Your book on perennial vegetables is amazing! I have a few already growing, and plan to procure more seeds/plants to add to my collection; thanks so much for an eye-opening book, and keep up the good works!
 
Josh T-Hansen
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Anyone know if this includes transportation? its ok with me if its not first class.
 
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Hi Josh, I don't think it does. And thanks for nice comment Jen! I have a new DVD on perennial vegetables that just came out which includes many more species.
 
Marvin Warren
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Ditto to the above. I'm likely going to be hitchhiking to Florida to visit Andy Firk around that time anyway, so this would be quite a prize. I'm also glad I finally made it to these forums: Much more easy to work with than the listserv, for following particular threads
 
Josh T-Hansen
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hi Eric,
it may be far to bike from these snowy climes but the podcast is convincing of the summit being worth the trip.
 
Eric Toensmeier
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Thanks Josh, you could crowdsource some $ through the permacture kickstarter WeTheTrees.com...
 
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