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Rusticating Dreams: Numero Uno

 
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I have been writing, periodically, a blog that i hope to share my day to day experiences, as well as ideas and information, concerning all things permaculture. I'm doing this, firstly, in hopes of finding people in my area who share the same ideas; to give me ideas, advice, share stories, and (some day) even barter with. I live in Etowah County, Alabama, and (to my knowledge) permaculture is still sort of foreign around here. Organic has begun to catch on, and I've actually met some like minded people-so I'm hopeful.

Secondly, I've taken some of Paul's ideas about residual income and have been linking some sites as an affiliate.

My most recent blog was about rocket mass heaters. I gave some shout outs to Ernie and Erica and their rad little store at scubbly.com, as well as (as ALWAYS!! Haha!) to permies.com and Paul's podcasts.

I see this being a trend of mine, as almost all of the useful information I have came from here

Maybe I should have posted this elsewhere, but since the topic of the blog itself is about rocket mass heaters, I thought I'd take my chances. So check it out!


http://onceuponeayarden.blogspot.com/2014/09/rusticating-dream-numero-uno.html
 
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