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Mari Nico
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Hello everyone

We are a group of people trying to start up a permaculture village in Paraguay.
We're looking for like-minded people who want to create a new life outside of this so called hamster wheel with us.
Creating an autarkic life is our goal. We want to grow our own food and produce our own energy. Live as green as possible
You can learn more about this project and our plans on the following website: www.permaldea.net
If you have any questions you can contact me via the contact form on the website or here onthis forum
 
Caroline Metzler
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Hi, I tried your web url, but there wasn't a site there. What's happening with your permie village? I am interested in living in S. America, and Paraguay looks like a good country for it.
 
Mari Nico
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Hi,

not a single person was interested and it would've been kinda hard building up a village with only 2 people. So the plan has been cancelled for now.
 
Ola Harmon
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Hi there,

we are very interested in creating a permaculture community in Paraguay! Our group consist of five: three people in their late twenties and two people in their mid seventies (plus all the friends that want to follow once we start something). What's your plan? Do you have anything on site? Any infrastructure that we could stay in if we come? I need details!
 
James Everett
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Location: Gaines County, Texas South of Seminole, Tx zone 7b
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You shouldn't just give up. Just start small with the two of you and provide pictures of the changes over time you get more people interested. The first two years on my land no one was helping. Now I have a few people that do landscaping around town starting to bring all the pruning and lawn muches out to my land now and we are started to just cover up the open sands with the stuff and mixing it in. Just have to keep in the efforts and not out pace yourself.
 
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