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The Permaculture Student and Permaculture Life School

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So I was thinking about The Permaculture Student and realized there are probably one big set of questions that is going to come to mind for someone with an outside perspective looking in. I'd love to hear Matt's response.

How does this book (series) flow into the natural progression of a home school curriculum? Is it made to work as a stand-alone about permaculture in general or a fully integrated system made to blend into all aspects of whatever you are already doing? Reviews of the book I have read imply the former, but the Permaculture Life School you are developing implies the latter. Are the books made to be the curriculum for PLS or more of something for all forms of home school?

As an aside, I have been casually following the development of this and would love to have a copy. If I don't end up winning one, I am surely going to purchase when I find myself in a better place monetarily. I myself have a background in education and have found that I am somewhat dissatisfied with some of the materials I have available to me presently.
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