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Hi Permies,

After years of wanting to get there, the time has finally come for me to visit New Zealand for a decent period of time.
Being a permaculturalist myself, I'd like to see some farms / projects in development in New Zealand along my trip as well.
I should arrive in New Zealand a little before Christmas and leave a little more than a month later, hoping to have seen both North and South island.
I'll be travelling mainly by hitchhiking and (tent)camping.

If it is possible, I would ideally like to spend a day on each permaculture, trying to learn as much as I can from each farm, fully developed or not.
In return for my stay, I'm willing to do some work during the day, could offer some compensation or bring some Belgian gifts with me. While camping, I do not leave behind anything that wasn't there before and I shall treat your land with the most respect.
Any kiwis around here interested in helping each other out?
 
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Welcome to permies Neils
Here's a few of ideas of places to check out:
koanga institute, treedimensions, otamatea. eco village, the-guytons-riverton-food-forest-
Have you asked on permaculturenews? There's more 'local' people there.
 
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