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Just wanted to stop by and make sure all the permies out there got a chance to hear about Jack Spirko and The Survival Podcast community's new wiki. Jack annouced the wiki on his blog saying this "wiki should become the go to resource for all things prepper, survival and even permaculture". I think one of the best places to find people to help create and write a big ol heap of permaculture articles is right here on permies.com.

I just created the Permies.com page on TSP Wiki but I want all of you to head on over, create an account, and then help make the Permies.com page a million times better.

Don't worry if you're concerned that editing a wiki is hard. It's about the same as posting the forums here. They've even put together a bunch of training videos to help you get started.

Even if you aren't ready to jump in and start editing there are probably quite a few articles that might interest you. You can start at the homepage or dive right into the permaculute article.
 
He repaced his skull with glass. So you can see his brain. Kinda like this tiny ad:
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