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!!!! SKIP Live Q&A | Saturday, May 25 at 10 AM MT

 
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Paul Wheaton, Mike Haasl, Opalyn Rose, and other SKIP instructors and enthusiasts will be live May 25 at 10 AM MT at Paul's YouTube channel to discuss everything about SKIP!

Go to the live (click the notify me button to get a message when it starts):



They will discuss Otises, BBs, Homesteading, Permaculture, and more!

Do you have a question for them? Intrigued about a certain aspect of SKIP?

Please post your question to this thread and we'll make sure to bring them up during the live! (It will also be recorded and up on YouTube later  if you can't be with us)

For the next 72 hours, 12 lucky people will get a freaky cheap ticket price on the next SKIP event at Wheaton Labs Click Here to find more.
 
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I know that as an Otis, you can create your own program and adapt the necessary skills to your specific conditions and climate. How would you go about creating a PEX? My climate differs significantly from Montana, and although there are some overlapping elements, many aspects are unique to my location.
 
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Here is a little video that helps to explain what the SKIP program is. Maybe we should show it at the beginning of the live:

 
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Super excited to share PEP and SkIP with you all tomorrow morning!
 
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Someone was puzzling over all the acronyms. Is there a glossary somewhere that can help?
 
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Leigh Tate wrote:Someone was puzzling over all the acronyms. Is there a glossary somewhere that can help?


I just snipped this out of another post:

https://permies.com/t/143383/ wrote:SkIP - Skills to Inherit Property - https://permies.com/t/125806/skills-inherit-property/SkIP-develop-Skills-Inherit-Property - https://permies.com/t/143071/skills-inherit-property/benefits-SKIP-Skills-Inherit-Property
PEX - Permaculture Experience - https://permies.com/t/96687/skills-inherit-property/PEP-PEX
PEP - Permaculture Experience according to Paul - https://permies.com/wiki/pep
Badge - example: Gardening https://permies.com/wiki/pep-badge-gardening
BB - Badge Bit - example: Gardening Chop'n'Drop https://permies.com/wiki/98575/Chop-Drop-PEP-BB-gardening

 
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Many people who might be interested in this only have apartments or rentals. Is this event helpful to people who don't have any of their own land?
 
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We can ask Paul about the Permaculture Experience for Anywhere, or PEA. These skills address those in smaller spaces.

https://permies.com/f/382/pea
 
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Happening right now!
 
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Sorry I wasn't able to attend.  I'm off teaching a workshop this weekend.  On my lunch break now.  I hope it all went fabulously!
 
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David Huang wrote:Sorry I wasn't able to attend.  I'm off teaching a workshop this weekend.  On my lunch break now.  I hope it all went fabulously!



Hi David, No worries...you can watch the recording. Some great info from the instuctors!
 
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Awesome!  I look forward to catching it when I have time again!
 
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