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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.
Thanks
Graham

 
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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.
 
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