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United States Permaculture Directory - online, send entries

 
                                      
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Location: Chapel Hill, N.C.
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I am creating a United States Permaculture Directory
accessable from my permaculture website
http://ibiblio.org/permaculture/documents/uspcdirectory.faq
my permaculture list homepage
http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/permaculture
and my blogs
http://venaurafarm.blogspot.com
http://ecolandtech.blogspot.com

If you want your site, web resource, service or business listed send me information about it
and I will append it to the document.

LFLondon
dirtfarmer

I can be reached at:
lfljvenaura@gmail.com
lflj@bellsouth.net
venaurafarm@bellsouth.net

 
Brenda Groth
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Location: North Central Michigan
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dirtfarmer, I couldn't get your link to work right now, will try again later.
If you are putting blogs of permies on there you are welcome to put a link to mine, see my address to it below on my siggy
 
                                      
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Brenda Groth wrote:
dirtfarmer, I couldn't get your link to work right now, will try again later.
If you are putting blogs of permies on there you are welcome to put a link to mine, see my address to it below on my siggy


I fixed all the typos so all the links work now. Created a new blog last night, EcoLandTech. I am now linked into Google's Buzz
as an upgrade from Facebook, which I no longer use, and will post select new blog entries there. I would like to see Buzz overtake FB
as it is a much more substantial resource, linked to fixed and transient archives making it easier to find things of value.

I'll add your link, Brenda.

Hope you all are able to make use of all that clay you have at your farm and that it doesn't make gardening too difficult.

dirtfarmer 
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://stoves2.com
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