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Vicki Satta
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Welcome to permies.com, the place where things that can't be done are DONE every day, and the place where easy tasks are too boring for people like Paul and the wild ones here!

I'm hoping you can connect me with a group in Denver that practices what you teach and teaches newbies to join in and spread the word! I am also a member of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Noticing our growing presence in moving Dr. Price's life work into the mainstream is actually happening, and corporate America hates it! It gives me hope for the future. Doing it with the awesome, powerful, too smart to fit in regular pants guru Paul Wharton is an even better idea!

I'll be reading this forum with keen interest! Please answer my question so I can get started.

Cheers!
Vicki

 
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Howdy Vicki , welcome to permies!
There are quite a few permies in Colorado so you might have to take a look around at some of the other threads , try the rockies forum.

Here is another thread that list a couple of neat places to check out too.

http://www.permies.com/t/38587/rockies/Permaculture-hot-spots-colorado
 
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