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Mustaches in Permaculture Orchards

 
Sean P Brennan
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Stefan,

How much do you attribute your success to your mustache?

Any tips on growing a fantastic mustache?

Thanks,
Sean
 
Stefan Sobkowiak
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Sean P Brennan wrote:Stefan,

How much do you attribute your success to your mustache?

Any tips on growing a fantastic mustache?

Thanks,
Sean

Imagine the comments and questions you get from your own INTERNS. Everyone meet Sean Brennan. Future Permaculture Orchardist in VT or NH or MASS. If you know of a few acres in these states that would make good orchard land he is definitely on the lookout for fair to lower priced land. A real deal would not be passed up either. It's for a very good cause of furthering examples of the PERMACULTURE ORCHARD.
Tip don't cut your mustache hairs for a few months.
 
Luke Vaillancourt
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HAHA! this made me laugh out loud!
 
Sean P Brennan
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Thank you for addressing this important, but often overlooked topic.

 
Topher Belknap
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Stefan Sobkowiak wrote:Future Permaculture Orchardist in VT or NH or MASS. If you know of a few acres in these states that would make good orchard land he is definitely on the lookout for fair to lower priced land. A real deal would not be passed up either. It's for a very good cause of furthering examples of the PERMACULTURE ORCHARD.


If Sean is willing to consider Maine, I know of a piece of land zoned farmland only with access to the high traffic road for customers. It might be cheap, but I am not sure. Pulled from the grasp of Walmart.

Thank You Kindly,
Topher
 
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