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hi looby and welcome. i was wondering if you could tell us whether you think there is enough of a movement of permies to really make a difference with our earth, in other words...enough of a 2nd chance to try to reverse some of the damage we have caused. and also, if you can say.... do you think that govts will try to hinder/ban this type of practice. seems they want total control of our food production. or at least keep our gardening to a minimum. i thank you, sue b
 
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