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Permaculture Association Tasmania

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Location: Bellingham (NW) WA
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Hey all,

Gary here from Bellingham WA.  Hey Tel, neat website.

I was looking over places in OZ to learn more about food, energy, etc and thought of Tasmania, the Permaculture State.  Their website ; doesn't have alot going on.  Which was a bit of a disappointment, being where they are located and all.  But, the admin would like to have more people visit and stay involved if such a thing would suit any of us here.  I've been posting links, same name, cucuteni. 

If you want to take a looksee and afford them a bit of time and involvement/encouragement I know he'd appreciate it.  I'd like to see it take off, eh?  Seriously...

Good summer to you all.  It's been chilly and cloudy up here in B'ham.  The tomatoes look better than I would have thought;  Stupice and Super Lakota from Uprising Seeds.  The does they are akindling...

That's a very big dog. I think I want to go home now and hug this tiny ad:
Switching from electric heat to a rocket mass heater reduces your carbon footprint as much as parking 7 cars
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