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I'll be showing movies about the mighty sepp holzer at the library.  The first two will be on thursday, feb 25 and the second two will be on march 4. 

Each movie is a half hour long.  And there will be a half hour of Q&A after each movie.  And if there isn't enough Q's for me to give A's, then I'll have a list of pontifications to fill that half hour ready to go.  Folks attending would probably want to come up with Q's. 




 
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Where in the Library is that located?  As I recall there is more than one conference room on the lower level?
 
                    
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Hi, I'm going to post your event on my Missoula Area Events, I hope this helps bring folks in.  Luv D
 
                    
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Paul can you tell me the times of the showings ??

Luv D
 
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Oh, if Dianne is from New West, then this eliminates two of the suggestions from my response to your other post on promotion.
 
                    
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Thanks for the reply to the question of time of showing, & nope I'm not from new west I have an independent Community centered FREE website. Open to the public for access to web 2.0 stuff.

http://missoulaareaevents.ning.com

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Where does sepp holzer have his farm?  Maybe I missed it in the linked page.  You said he grows citrus where its 20-30 below zero!?  I think I'll have to check out this video show. 
 
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He is in austria.  In the alps.  He is about the same lattitude as missoula and a higher elevation.  He has a little more rainfall and is slightly warmer. 
 
                  
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Do you know anything about the amount of winter sun he gets there?
 
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Destini Vaile wrote:
Do you know anything about the amount of winter sun he gets there?


Well, he is at the same latitude as us, so it would be identical to us.  But I suppose cloud cover could be different.  Since they have slightly more rainfall, I would guess that they have slightly more cloudcover.

 
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Paul,
Are the two showings of the same two films, or different films?  I can't make the 25th, so am wondering if I can catch the same films on the 5th or if it's a continuation.
 
                  
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Yep, cloud cover is what I was thinking about. I'm actually surprised that Missoula has less cloud cover. lol Maybe I just grew up in a place with a lot of sunshine through Winter and I thought that was normal.
 
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Greg M Peters wrote:
Paul,
Are the two showings of the same two films, or different films?  I can't make the 25th, so am wondering if I can catch the same films on the 5th or if it's a continuation.



Two films on the first night.  Two different films on the second night.
 
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Well, I'm trying to think about how to get the word out about this event. 

So far both the indy and the missoulian have small calendar blurbs about it.  What else might I try?

 
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the 25th conflicts with a Northside/Westside neighborhood meeting - I would like to be at both (but obviously can't)
Would you consider a re-showing of those films?

Kristen
 
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Well, let's see how it goes on thursday.  If the place is packed, then, yeah, let's show it again!
 
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Here are the links for the event pages on Facebook.
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=317930986546
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http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=316151553090&ref=mf
 
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just posted both events on our web site.
will be there myself - looking forward to it -
thanks Paul -
Kristen
 
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Paul,
Did you post on www.missoulaevents.net (not missoulaareaevents...).  Also posters at a few coffee shops downtown and on campus might not be the worst idea, if you have 1/2 an hour to scoot around stapling them up.  Don't quite know how public radio announcements work, but that might be an option for the one on March 4th.  I think their website has info on how to post with them.  www.mtpr.org

 
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It's on missoulaevents and several on-line calendars.  Flyers are up at several coffeshops and other places.  the local radio stations (and newspapers and tv stations) have been sent multiple press releases.

 
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Sounds like you did a thorough job!!!  Good luck. Wish I could attend.
 
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Hi Paul,
I just wanted to let you know that I posted your showings on my site.

I could also put the 4th on kajiji for you if you like.

Let me know luv D
 
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Hot dog!

Yes!  Put it anywhere you think it might do some good!

 
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Tonight's presentation is two films different from the first two. 

Tonight's first film has a focus on big income leaps using permaculture techniques.  The second is a film about building ponds and aquaculture.
 
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And presto!  The events are done. 

I had fun. 

Let's do more stuff like that.  I like being the arrogant, obnoxious guy at the front of the room. 

 
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sepp holzer Permaculture Films part 1

"Farming with Nature" plus "Terraces and Hugelkultur"

For over 40 years, sepp holzer has developed a model permaculture farm in the Austrian Alps at 4,500 ft. in a climate very similar to what we experience here in Missoula. On his land, he has created a self-sustaining landscape of abundant vegetables, fruit trees, herbs,  mushrooms, pork, poultry, and even citrus without the need for irrigation, pesticides, or weeding. Using ecological relationships and cycles that replace the traditional work of the Western farmer, Holzer stands at the forefront of advancing permaculture practices in a way that minimizes labor input, while providing an ideal environment for soil stewardship, abundant food production, and economic resilience.

Paul Wheaton will show two 30-minute videos highlighting the many cutting-edge and sustainable features of the sepp holzer farm, each followed by a 30-minute discussion, question and answer session about how to apply these same principles here in Missoula or elsewhere.

More about sepp holzer at http://www.richsoil.com/sepp-holzer.jsp

Thursday, January 6th,  6:00 Human Resource Council Bldg, 316 N 3rd St., Hamilton.

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sepp holzer Permaculture Films part 2

"Agro Rebel" plus "Aquaculture"

For over 40 years, sepp holzer has developed a model permaculture farm in the Austrian Alps at 4,500 ft. in a climate very similar to what we experience here in Missoula. On his land, he has created a self-sustaining landscape of abundant vegetables, fruit trees, herbs, mushrooms, pork, poultry, and even citrus without the need for irrigation, pesticides, or weeding. Using ecological relationships and cycles that replace the traditional work of the Western farmer, Holzer stands at the forefront of advancing permaculture practices in a way that minimizes labor input, while providing an ideal environment for soil stewardship, abundant food production, and economic resilience.

Paul Wheaton will show two 30-minute videos highlighting the many cutting-edge and sustainable features of the sepp holzer farm, each followed by a 30-minute discussion, question and answer session about how to apply these same principles here in Missoula or elsewhere.

More about sepp holzer at http://www.richsoil.com/sepp-holzer.jsp

Thursday, January 13th,  6:30, Missoula Public Library (301 East Main Street), large conference room.
 
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