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Hello Everyone,

I am a mother of two living in NC. I would like to start a permaculture farm but do not know how I have 10 acres I would like to purpose if anyone would be interested in coming to my farm a resect grad of permaculture who is
wanting to get their feet wet we could help each other they could live and design the farm and I would learn from them. If anyone would be interested in this please contact me I am open for ideas on how to put a plan that would work for both parties.
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Welcome to permies Elizabeth! We are glad to have you join us on permies.com! If you need help navigating the permies website, I have created a Welcome Thread explaining a lot of how permies.com works.

I have requested for the thread you created to be cross-linked to the Appalachia and Opportunities subforums so that more people are aware of your desire to have someone visit your land.

I have listed many resources for gathering the necessary information to create a permaculture design in the Help me Start My Paper/Computer Plan thread. There are also many free sources of information for self-training in permaculture such as Paul Wheaton's videos, podcasts, and articles; Permaculture News and Permaculture TV; Bill Mollison's Online Lecture Series and Global Gardener Series; the Open Permaculture School; Jack Spirko's Permaculture Lectures; and so much more.

A certificate in permaculture design is not required to design permaculture landscapes. If you need advice, we at the permies.com community will be glad to try and help you.
 
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