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Anybody permaculturing in the Ozarks? I'd like to hear about your region specific designs. Does anyone else think the Ozarks should be their own region on this forum?
 
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I agree the oxarks should be a region
 
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Yea, ozarks should probably be its own region.

I live in ks, and there should probably be a "plains region", too.

Sad fact is few folks in the central us are interested in permie type info!
 
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The ozarks region does need it own sure enuff section. Don't know how to get this started but think it would be great for us as y'all know our weather patterns are not like the rest of the "Midwest".
 
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Hello All,

I am new to permies.com and we are new to the Ozarks (SE Missouri) ... we moved here 3 years ago. The Ozarks certainly are a unique region in many ways, so it would make sense to have a separate forum.

- Tom
 
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I'm considering and teetering on the cusp of permaculturing my recently inherited plot here in northwest Arkansas.

I agree about the separate ozarks forum, Midwest covers a lot if ground. I digress, anyone know how we can convince Mother Nature to be less Bi-polar? Snow in May!
 
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We moved here from Northern Michigan. Snow in May ... pffft. Consider us lucky.
 
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After last year I will never again complain about precipitation of any kind. So far this is a glorious year. Grass!! Oh how I missed it last year.
Best I can figure is we all keep ppsting and checking in till we can get our own forum. Let's sqeek this wheel
 
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It is happening...just not up yet. Caleb...thanks for starting this.
 
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...I moved this thread first!
 
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It looks to have already happened, yay!
 
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