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Andre Lasle
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My wife and I are attending a wedding in Port Townsend in early March.
We have a free day and are hoping to visit some permaculture-in-action....

Anyone have any suggestions? (Preferably a real, functioning farm business).

Bullock Brothers? Beacon Food Forest?

Thanks!

Andre
 
Peter Dressler
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If you're gonna be in the Port Townsend area, Finn River Cidery is an awesome place. I'm not sure if I would classify them as totally permaculture but nonetheless its a great place to go visit.
 
Laura Sweany
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If you get down to Seattle and Beacon Food Forest you can also look up Community Orchard of West Seattle, on the campus of South Seattle Community College. It's in the NE corner of the campus, bordering a greenbelt, and is not actually affiliated with the college.

It was installed in 2011 and is a community-maintained food forest of ~6,000 sq ft. For more info: www.foodinwestseattle.org It's nice to see an actual food forest design maturing.
 
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