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Your Future in Farming & Homesteading Free Webcast October 1-3, 2013

 
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From October 1st to 3rd there will be a free webcast (virtual conference) featuring different people in the agriculture world. Paul is one of the people interviewed among others and they will cover different topics.

Speakers will be:

Stacey Murphy, HOST: Backyard Farming for Community Resilience
Leda Meredith: Wild Food – Herbivores Can Hunt Too
Janell Kapoor: Using Dirt to Build Community
Rob Avis LIVE: Your How-to Manual for Passive Solar Greenhouses
Andrew Faust: Designing Your Life with Permaculture
Paul Wheaton: Bricks to Build a Better World
Meg Paska LIVE: Natural Beekeeping
Kevin Egolf: How to Structure a Land Agreement
Bee Ayer: Finding an Apprenticeship that’s Right for You
Molly Culver LIVE: Growing Soil: Soil Science Basics for Organic Growers
Brian Rosa: Scaling Up Compost Operations
 
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I shall not miss this!
 
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Why is Paul the only person in Black and white ?

David

Nothing to do with the thread about his lap top is it ?
 
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Not sure, that might be the pic from permaculture voices.
 
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just signed up
 
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Brian Rose & Megan Toben ! NC represent.
 
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Looking forward to this- thank you!
 
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Well, I'd sure like to listen in to at least some of these interviews!
 
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Awesome! I just signed up.
 
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just signed up. Love from Holland.
 
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Does anyone know if this will be available for viewing later? I won't be available during this timeframe.
 
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David Livingston wrote:Why is Paul the only person in Black and white ?

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Maybe because Paul is a pretty Black&White kinda guy when it comes to Permaculture? LOL
 
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Is there more information about times. Will it be all day for three days or an hour here and there?
 
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Where do I sign up? I want to watch for my self but I think the soils basics will be great for my soils class to wach. (Taking the class not teaching)
 
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Jerry Ward wrote:Does anyone know if this will be available for viewing later? I won't be available during this timeframe.



I am not sure, I am looking into this with Stacey right now.

brandon gross wrote:Where do I sign up? I want to watch for my self but I think the soils basics will be great for my soils class to wach. (Taking the class not teaching)



Just go to this link
 
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Will this be recorded? I could use this to drive around and listen to for a few months over and over again.
 
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Signed up, but not sure if I will find pockets of time while on vacation.
 
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According to Stacey it will be available for 48 hours as a replay event. Not sure if it will be free or not then.
 
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thanks for the remindery dealie!
 
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anyone else have trouble signing up for this? it says type security image verification, but there's no image... ):
 
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Thanks for the link. I like that these start in the evening so I can watch them all.
 
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I downloaded 2 MP3´s but when I returned to download more, that option disappeared. How can I download a replay of a past presentation?
 
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I was wondering where to look at the slides I litened in on my phone last night. There should at least beenn a birthday song, or did I miss it?
 
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I hope Paul and the others get a share of the money made from the selling of the recordings after the event is done. $195 feels a bit steep to me, especially since I'm really interested in less than half of them. I understand the need to make a living, but this program isn't right for me.
 
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Found the "dailyish email" that publicized this in my spam folder today. Just in the nick of time: replay of talks from Tuesday and Wednesday are still available for free today.

This is such an excellent deal. I've often wondered why there are not more Permaculture events available via webcast. It seems like such a missed opportunity to hold an event like "Permaculture Voices" without this. How many people would be happy to pay a conference fee, but simply cannot justify the price, in carbon, of flying across the continent (or farther) to get there in person. It can't be just me.

By the way Jerry, during the conference the price to purchase the recordings is just $95. It will go up after the event is over, but the current price seems more than fair. That doesn't mean it's a good deal for everyone. Obviously, if the subject matter doesn't interest you, no price will look like much of a bargain.
 
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