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I am new to this forum and so glad I found you. I do not have a lot of information to add, but love reading all the information provided. I am not sure we can take the world over but we can do our part! I am reading as much as I can and trying to apply these basic principals to my circle of friends. Thanks for all your input! Keep me in your loop! Garth
 
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Welcome to Permies Garth!

What is your main interest?

What climate do you live in?
 
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Welcome Garth,
Many people here to share and learn with.
 
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Sorry so long in my replies...I am interested in getting back to basics. I am fortunate to live inthe fertile midwest. We have great hardwood lots filled with all types of resources. I spend a good amount of time in the suronding woods and waterways. Our 3 acre place is rocky. I have an old fruit orchard that I want to replace and have been looking at making a hugelkultur pile to plant a new orchard in.
 
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just roaming around and found a video thatI just checked out of our local library...Alone in the Wildeerness. Bob Swerer Productions...Documenting the life of Richard Proenneke. This is an increadible documentary especially since it is footage fom1968! I was glad to see other here are interested in this type of media.
 
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