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New article on my website - Permaculture: The Design Arm of a Paradigm Shift

 
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I've just posted a new article called "Permaculture: The Design Arm of a Paradigm Shift," and the title pretty much sums up the topic. It's my latest thoughts on fruitful ways to think about permaculture and where it fits in the larger scheme of things. I hope you find it useful. It's at this page

 
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Read your article Toby, the last paragraph works it all out.
 
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I liked this one also Toby

We recently had some postings about russian olives being deemed an invasive weed tree. They are being cut down because of this label. What are you thoughts on that?
 
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Thank you Toby! YOU ROCK!! Wish we could have met during PV2... I was the one chasing the boy on the scooter
 
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Yep. This is a very good one.

But here's my absolute spine-tingling favorite: The Last Nomads and The Culture of Fear
 
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Thank you for writing and promoting this article. I really enjoyed reading it. I look forward to rereading it again this evening.
 
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