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Hi everyone,
I'm traveling with my family for a vacation to nyc over the next twelve days and would love to visit or lend a hand at a permaculture project while others are shopping :)
I've heard of the Brooklyn Grange and the old stone house in Park Slope... Does the nyc restoration project have a food forest project?
Also (as a watershed planner) interested in a green infrastructure / stormwater project with multiple functions.

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Hey Graham, check out this meetup I'll be attending this Friday: http://www.meetup.com/nycpermaculture/events/193836702/

I just graduated Andrew's PDC immersion, which was incredible. I know I may be late on this, hope you find what you're looking for.
Blueberry pie is best when it is firm and you can hold in your hand. Smell it. And smell this tiny ad:
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