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Bring Paul to the Sepp Holzer Workshop 2013 Duluth

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Location: Minnesota, USA (Zone 4b)
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Hey Permies,

In the thread on the 2013 Holzer workshops, Paul mentioned he'd be interested in joining the Duluth workshop. I think that is a grand idea and I would love to see Paul attend, either as a visitor or as a speaker. We could definitely use more Paul Wheaton here in Minnesota! As Paul mentioned, he'd be willing to come if the costs were covered and the interest was there. I'd like to see who else would like to have Paul join us, and if perhaps crowd-funding would be a viable option. It'd help if we knew how much we'd have to raise, and if the logistics are possible. I'd be willing to pay to bring Paul to Minnesota, who else?

Also, there could be possibilities in expanding Paul's time here, perhaps doing a workshop or event in the Twin Cities? There is a possibility that PRI Cold Climate, MN's own Permaculture Research Institute, could be interested in Paul speaking. I know a few people within the organization, and if we can work together and get Paul to the workshop in Duluth, then I'd be happy to talk to them.

I'd love to make this happen, and would be happy to take the lead on this.

Happy Trails,
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