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Make the Big Bucks with Permaculture Farming
We'll cover at least two dozen ways to make money from having a rich
diversity of permaculture farming.  We'll start off with how the permaculture model compares to conventional farming and conventional organic farming.

June 10

6:30pm

Missoula Public Library, Large Meeting Room

 
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How can I get a hold of a copy of your notes to this meeting?  Missoula is a 3 day drive for me.
 
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Hmmm .... maybe I should try to mash it into an article too .... 

In the meantime, there is the farm income forum here where this sort of thing is discussed regularly.

 
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What if next time you give a talk you record it & have it transcribed so you can share it??? i would be interested in reading it. 
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Dianne Keast wrote:
What if next time you give a talk you record it & have it transcribed so you can share it??? i would be interested in reading it. 
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I'm okay with that happening, but I don't wanna be the guy that does all that work!


 
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I understand what you mean.

Have you ever considered a V.A. (Virtual Assistant?) Some folks can transcribe things very quickly & easily.

If I knew that you had pdfs of your talks I want to get a copy & read it.

Or you might take all your talks for a year & turn it into a book like the woman from "lifeHacker did with her blog,the book is "Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day" it was a big hit.
see the current blog here:
http://lifehacker.com/
 
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That sounds like it could work.
 
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