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hey everyone!

Im a fellow permie looking to see if anyone would be kind enough to send me any books on permaculture that maybe they are done with and wouldnt mind passing along to a newbie. Im moving to France in a month to study permaculture on a friends property but dont have the money to spend on all these great books I need for research. They are so expensive!!!
If anyone is willing to send me some books, I can repay you for shipping(i live in California).
Thank you for your support!!!

Christa
 
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Christa,
I bought a paperback of toby hemenway's Gaia's Garden fairly inexpensively off Amazon and it was in excellent condition. I used a credit card. Amazon has a lot of great reads that are pretty cheap.
 
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Chelsea Green Publishing
Their books are not used, but they often have them on sale, sometimes well below the lowest price you will find for used permaculture books.
 
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also search for Bill Mollison's pamphlets on this site..there is a link to allow you to download all fifteen...good info there.
 
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I don't have a copy, but get your hands on Micheal Phillip's The Holistic Orchard. It is hands down the most incredible orcharding book out there. I feel like i gained a greater understanding of permaculture and tree-based food production from it than anything else.
 
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also try Paul's article
www.richsoil.com/permaculture-books.jsp

its got a lot on it, i wish it'd get updated though because its one of the first places i got started on my current book list and im pretty sure that pauls found more books - of course hes probably got plenty on his plate at the moment

also cant seem to find it unless i google it... and if i put the URL in precisely as it is... unlike other sites where a half completed url completes itself and pull me to the site - if its fairly popular anyway *foot in mouth* i just realized that paul has a link to it at the top of the books forum....
 
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