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Hello everyone, my partner and I are being given land in our homestate to begin a farm. We having farming/nursery/sustainable backgrounds and are going to use the land with permaculture intentions. We're driving across the country hoping to stop in at permaculture/sustainable/biodynamic farms here and there for a few days of worktrade (food/veggies & place to pitch our tent & knowledge) Do you know of permaculture in any of the areas along our route? Thank you so much! If you're ever in NH/VT area stop in to our homestead!

Our route:
Seattle, WA
San Francisco, CA
Phoenix, AZ
Austin, TX
New Orleans, LA
Searcy, AR
Roanoke, VA
Washington D.C.
Philadelphia, PA
Manchester, NH

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Location: Southern New England, seaside, avg yearly rainfall 41.91 in, zone 6b
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We're in Rhode Island, on the way from PA to NH. Drop me a pm if you'd like to stop by on your pass through. Sounds like a fun trip!

You can find us on Facebook or wwoofusa, it's Fieldsong Farm
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