I just dropped the price of
the permaculture playing cards
for a wee bit.

 

 

uses include:
- infecting brains with permaculture
- convincing folks that you are not crazy
- gift giving obligations
- stocking stuffer
- gambling distraction
- an hour or two of reading
- find the needle
- find the 26 hidden names

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Hello All!!
We are a USDA Certified Organic fruitery specializing in berries of all varieties. In the past year, we have expanded to include certified organic herbs and annual crops. Our goal is to continue to utilize permaculture and expand our sustainable practices. We are the only USDA Certified Organic Farm within 4 counties and as such enjoy a growing market of locals and businesses. We love to talk about smart growing practices and will be students of the dirt forever. We are looking for someone to join us beginning in January to help, explore, collaborate and expand our perennial crops, utilizing permaculture practices for what could be a long term opportunity. Plenty of available dirt to experiment with, test items and intellectually partner with our 25 years of growing experience. We are all about collaboration of approaches and ideas. Room/Board and depending on experience, % of profits. We will happily share additional photos, plans and details. Thanks~ Marianne
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Hi Marianne. Where are you located. Your progress thus far is enlivening to hear about. And your offer is a wonderful one. I'm on a phone typing this so don't know all the grammar buttons...
 
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Hey Gail,
We're in "southside" VA - about 1 hour SW of Richmond. We are you? So happy to see another Virginian!
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Marianne, this sounds ideal. Can you send some more specific information to illumination1098@gmail.com, please? Thank you!
 
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Hello, my name is Logan Flores, and my family and I are in search of a community that cares for the earth and ourselves. We are inspired greatly by Masanobu Fukuoka and aspire to become natural farmers. Our skills are many and our hearts are open to change. You can reach me by email at logan.flores1@aim.com, thank you.
 
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Hi Logan,
I hear ya! We are not a community so unfortunately we cannot house a family. I wish you the best in your pursuit!
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thank you, do you have any advice on a direction we could take?
 
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you are on the right forum. Planned communities usually list themselves as such. You may also want to google perma-planned communities. Good luck!
 
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