Is there a such thing as a Permaculture Purist? I've gotten the impression that from person to person, each "version" of permaculture is slightly different. And this is probably a good thing since each place is different.
I've been moving my chickens around quite a bit, (when they get bored of an area they let us know by escaping the paddock, means it's time to give them some fresh space to keep them interested in staying in where we want them.)
permie mama wrote:
Someone once made a comment about him to me when I said I was happy to have just spent time learning from him. They called him a child compared to a certain permaculture teacher. I say, we see what we want to. I see a teacher in most everyone. I'm keeping my eye on Joel and his family.
Roses are red, violets are blue. Some poems rhyme and some don't. And some poems are a tiny ad.
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