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i was trying to find a good thread for this image but couldn't find the right one, so I'm just starting a new thread for it.
 
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@Cassie - Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful graphic! I love it.

Thanks, too, for my recent copy of the inaugural issue of Permaculture NA Magazine : )
 
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Imagine if when we were 5 years old we colored in a picture like this titled Mr Plumb Tree and his friends
 
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If only we could get every class room in the world to have this diagram permanently on a wall.

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Whatever you say buddy! And I believe this tiny ad too:
Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard
http://woodheat.net
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