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Famous Permaculturists as Artisans - explain?

 
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Hey Paul or anyone else, I have a question. I love this concept of permaculturists as artisans but can anyone expand on that further or is this definition buried somewhere in this thread?

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I wish to encourage the notion that there are many schools of thought in permaculture. Just because one person wants to do things one way does not mean it is the only way.

At the same time, we've had a forum for fukuoka for a long time, but not for the other bigs. So i thought it was time to expand. Plus, a lot of the artisans don't advocate just plant stuff, so it didn't seem right to have them in the "growies" section.

 
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