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Jamie Corne
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Anyone here from South Dakota?

If so - whatcha doing for permaculture?

Have any of you had any difficulties getting supplies in the winter for "green" living?

 
Gerald O'Hara
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Location: 45.7187 N, -97.4436 W (where it is really cold)
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Jamie,
Not sure what happened. I was going back to answer one of your questions on the RMH string you posted and it was "GONE".Then I sent an email to you and it bounced.
I am, as you may remember in SDAK...Northeast corner.
I am just learning about permaculture and quite honestly haven't mastered the concept as yet.
Drop a line to Icu4dzs at gmail.com
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Jamie Corne
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Gerald O'Hara wrote:Jamie,
Not sure what happened. I was going back to answer one of your questions on the RMH string you posted and it was "GONE".Then I sent an email to you and it bounced.
I am, as you may remember in SDAK...Northeast corner.
I am just learning about permaculture and quite honestly haven't mastered the concept as yet.
Drop a line to Icu4dzs at gmail.com
Best
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Long story - I'll tell you in email.

I'm down here 13 miles north of Brookings in Bruce.

I'll send you an email right now.
 
Beth Simmons
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Location: Vermillion, SD
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Further south in Vermillion. Current project aquaponics, not so much permaculture but I'm on less than an acre.
 
Shannon Freed
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We are in Manderson on Pine Ridge Rez... we have a fruit tree orchard that we hope to turn into a food forest, 2 hugelkultur beds, 2 natural houses (1 light straw clay, 1 cob/strawbale hybrid). This sumer we are working on rainwater catchment, rocket mass heater and swales.

www.earthtipi.org (website badly needs updating but has good info none the less)
www.facebook.com/earthtipi (has relatively up to date pics)
 
Kevin Hedrick
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Location: S.E. South Dakota
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Im in the platte area, we raise pigs, keep bees and raise free range leghorns, 18 acres of non certified organic land. We have huge plans for spring... sugarbeatco @ gmail
 
Kyle Koehn
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Iroquois SD

Working towards a perennial food forest greenhouse situation. Just getting started. Worked a bit with the guys from Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute.
 
Miles Flansburg
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Location: Zones 2-4 Wyoming and 4-5 Colorado
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bee books forest garden fungi greening the desert hugelkultur
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Howdy all of you South Dakota folks.
I have lots of family around Pierre.
 
Veronica Shukla
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Location: Sioux Falls, SD zone 5
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Hi all! I just joined permies. I live in Sioux Falls and am just starting my permaculture venture. My email is veronica@veronicashukla.com. That domain is my little, sparse website. Feel free to get in touch. I need permie friends!
 
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