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Just want to chat with other teens interested in permaculture!

 
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Hi! I'm Alex and was wondering if any other kids or teens are interested in permaculture?
If so let's talk!
 
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Hello Alex! I'm kinda still a teen, I guess- a senior in high school. What would you like to talk about in permaculture? How much do you know already about permaculture?

I learned about permaculture last school year during my AP Environmental Science class when we did our project on farming techniques. Since then, I have been learning as much as I can for free in my spare time. If you have not seen it, I highly recommend watching Paul Wheaton's permaculture keynote presentation because it briefly touches on a bunch permaculture topics (i.e. bricks) in an enjoyable manner. Just a forewarning: there is mild cursing in the video.

The rest of Paul Wheaton's channel contains great informational videos on permaculture.

Also, Permaculture News and Geoff Lawton's videos provide excellent information.

Another good introductory resource is the Essence of Permaculture by David Holmgren.
 
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Hey Dave! thanks for replying, sorry i have been busy with school work unfortunately, I do not know that much about permaculture, but I am in the process of learning through my free time as well. Thanks for the video and other resources!
Alex
 
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