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Cape Cod Permaculture Society

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Location: Eastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod
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I'm experimenting with Permaculture on Cape Cod, Massachusetts (USDA Zone 7a - for now that is). I've formed a non-profit devoted to developing Permaculture techniques appropriate for our unique environment in the context of Global Warming. What's going to thrive and what's going to struggle to survive? That's what I want to understand and develop. Check out our Facebook page or contact me directly if you are interested:



With the help of a group of dedicated volunteers, I'm looking to raise some funds and acquire a small unloved tract of land and develop a test site for permaculture guilds which will thrive as the climate warms and the Atlantic rises.

Unfortunately, climate change is happening right in front of us with all of it's attendant disruption. Permaculture offers a local level solution.

Cheers all,


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