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Hello from New Jersey

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Hello everyone. My name is Steven.
I live in South Jersey where I am a basket weaver by trade and I also teach basketry.
I'm interested in all forms of sustainable living and I like to study and identify edible & medicinal plants. Most of my permaculture
activity here in New Jersey is growing fig trees, mints and cane berries. I'm on here to find like minded people.
I have plans to spend this winter in Puerto Rico and hopefully get acquainted with new plant materials to weave with.
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Location: Big Island, Hawaii (2300' elevation, 60" avg. annual rainfall, temp range 55-80 degrees F)
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Hi Steve! I'm presently in Hawaii, but I spent a good portion of my life in South Jersey. Egg Harbor City area. Lots of gardeners and small farm types in that region.

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