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A poll to select the queens of permaculture  RSS feed

 
paul wheaton
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The poll function has been found to have bugs - so this poll has been stopped.


This poll has been moved to HERE










 
Rob Young
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Rosemary Gladstar?
 
Mary Saunders
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I'm logged in but have not figured out how to register my vote. I running Ubuntu. Is this why?
 
Timothy Ettridge
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Erica Wisner
 
Dave Hartman
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Location: Off grid in the central Rockies of Montana (at 6300') zone 3-4ish
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Im running Ubuntu as well and I can not figure out how to cast my vote.
 
Adam Klaus
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I'm in Firefox and cant vote either. some democracy...
 
Emily Brown
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I'm on chromium and can't vote. I tried it in internet explorer too and couldn't vote. I want Helena Norberg-Hodge. If someone who could vote could tell us what they use for a browser it might be helpful.
 
Alex Ojeda
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It's just so hard to make up my mind. So many of these women did so much to pioneer the mind-set that we permies are currently experiencing. They have pushed the boundaries beyond the established societal norm which is where permaculture lies. I'm learning a lot researching the names that I don't know. A great exercise, but very frustrating when given one vote!
 
Upgeya Pew
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Starhawk
 
Patricia Menzies
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I couldn't cast a vote in that first post either but would vote for Starhawk because of her work with social permaculture and moving the design process so thoroughly into our personal relationship and community activism.

That said, if you needed $18,500 for the deck you have designed, and now have at least $40,000, my suggestion would be to create a second deck with more of the principles and more of historical and contemporary teachers/practitioners/innovators. You have at least half the deck suggested already. It could be a great way to feature permies from around the world so people can know who in their areas to reach out to for guidance.
 
Jaikiran Pai
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All those who couldn't cast a vote, please try now.
 
Ken Peavey
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I use Firefox 23.0.1, first to cast a vote.
 
paul wheaton
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