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Paul Wheaton on Permaculture and the Home Garden Webinar - June 26th 12-1 pm PST

 
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Next week, on June 26th 2013, between 12:00 and 1:00 PM PST, Paul will be part of a webinar organized by the Camarillo Community Garden.

Paul will talk about Permaculture, Hugelkulture and the Home Garden. He be live on the air and people will be able to ask questions during the presentation. That is right, the Duke himself will answer questions!

You can find out more here.
 
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Going to be an educational day between this and a biointensive lecture that evening. Looking forward to it.
 
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It will be both educational and fun. The webinar format lets you interact with the presenter and ask questions through a chat window during the conversation. This is going to be live, unscripted and the questions you ask will determine the path the conversation takes.
If you have a really interesting question for Paul - plus a mic and a headset - we may bring you on to ask your question on the air.
When the webinar is over, you'll get links to the replay with Paul's answers to as many of your questions as time allows.
 
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It begins in eight minutes. I'm told there will be a lot of talk about hugelkultur.
 
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Do you know if those of us would could not listen to it live be able to view it? I cannot seem to find anything on their website.

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Maybe turn it into a podcast? I could not get the app to work for me.
 
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I also had signed up but wasn't able to participate. I don't know if it was a technical thing but I was sad to have missed the opportunity.

 
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I am very sorry to say the recorder crashed in the middle of the webinar. I did manage to get a partial back up. It was a disaster - the first half was killer...

 
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That's unfortunate Mike, the connection dropped a few times and I missed some stuff. Your computer didn't seem very happy, asking to drop the color scheme a couple times. It was still very good, glad I caught as much as I did.
 
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I was on this webinar and super thrilled to have Paul answer some of my questions, particularly with regard to chemtrails. I was specifically interested in remediating heavy metal toxicity in Hugelkultur beds caused by heavy spraying of chemtrails in our area. I was curious if he felt that Mycoremediation using Oyster mushrooms would be effective. Paul knew about the aluminum oxide these planes have been spraying and that was a relief as I was concerned that in spite of the increasing damage caused by the release of 20-30 megatons of aluminum oxide into our troposphere annually that not so many Permaculturists had been discussing this dire threat. Always surprised by the depth and breadth of Paul's knowledge on so many subjects. Thanks Paul and please...never tone it down, your non PC straight forward approach is a breath of fresh air. PS we produced this video about this threat to Mother Earth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YiHxQcc1tM
 
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