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Kenny Garcia
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Hey everyone,

My names Kenny and im looking for a permaculture study partner to help me study the awesome and deep study of agroecology/ permaculture... pretty much the science that is growing food and providing surplus to humanity. I like massanobu fukuoka and no till method and am really interested in discussing his method. I also own the Permaculture Design Manual and can study that with anyone. But if you dont have that we can discuss different book, youtube videos and presentations and talk about methods and teachers.

If your interested in this contact me, I would be more than eager to study with someone about these things! We can communicate over skype or google plus or phone number.

Hope to hear from you soon,

All the best,

Kenny
 
Miles Flansburg
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Hey Kenny, not sure if you ever found a study partner but was wondering if you would like to join in on this area of the forum? It is always nice to hear what others are learning!

http://www.permies.com/forums/f-142/pdm
 
Kenny Garcia
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oh wow ya ill definitely check this out. Thank you!
 
Andrew Greaves
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Hey Kenny send me a private message if you are still looking for a study partner. I would be thrilled to be able to share my passion with somebody. I live in Phx area and I am taking an online pdc right now. we could meet once a week over the phone.
 
Lucas Harrison-Zdenek
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Getting a partner to study with can be an invaluable resource. Please feel free to PM me if you ever want help studying. I've read Fukuoka and I own several permaculture manuals.
 
Leon Segler
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Hey I would also be interested in studying, we should start a study group over Skype or something, lemme know. I have read Fukuoka's one straw rev, gaia's garden, teaming with microbes, and a couple others, and I don't mind reading them again if we went through them. Also watched and read a ton on the internet about permie stuff. Have many more books on my comp about permaculture I want to read.
 
Lucas Harrison-Zdenek
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We will probably be talking again tonight around 7pm pst. Contact Kenny to get invited on the call over skype!
 
Miles Flansburg
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If ya'all come up with some great conversations and great lessons learned be sure to post some info here so others might learn too.
 
Pamela Lin
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Hi there, I would like to know if there are future study sessions too! thanks
 
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I've just set up this year's study group for the Edible Forest Gardens books if you want to join in with that. Here's a link http://www.permies.com/forums/f-183/
 
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