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When i was visiting the Films For Action website, I learned about Festival Fire which is a gathering for cultural transformation. They showcase new low/old and green technologies, and they have lots of fun while at it, too.

I think the Society For Creative Anachronism is a good organization for learning skills like blacksmithing, weaving, beekeeping, and brewing with them while enjoying medieval role-playing.

Permaculture Voices is an annual meeting dedicated to permaculture and sharing knowledge from some the brightest minds in the field.

DIY.org is a fantastic website to learn new skills for free. Although designed for kids, it is a great resource for adults, too. They have good modules on gardening, fishing, growing mushrooms, sewing, crocheting, etc.

What are some other groups, events, and websites that people can go to learn permie-esque knowledge?
Do you pee on your compost? Does this tiny ad?
The Earth Sheltered Solar Greenhouse Book by Mike Oehler - digital download
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