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Looking for a Permie Demonstration Site

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I'm from Hackensack, NJ, a suburb 10 minutes from NYC.

I'm looking for some Permaculture Demonstration sites in the area, about 2 hours away or less from car. Possibly more if the site is really worth seeing.

If anybody knows any Permaculture farms or homesteads ect where I can learn and observe Permaculture in practice for a day, please tell me. I'm interested the most in seeing how a planted forest garden looks like; at any stage in development.

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Hey MrChuck,

Check out Andrew Faust and the Center for Bioregional Living at homebiome.org

Best on your search,
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Hi mrchuck,
There is also Green Phoenix in High Falls, NY.  I can't locate their website right now, it may be down.  There will be an earth plastering workshop soon.  Try emailing kcafasso at gmail.com.  Tell her Valerie said hi.
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