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Totally excited and a big thank you to everyone that's helped me with my permaculture educational path over the years!!!
We were just awarded a grant from SARE: "Retrofitting An Existing Orchard with Polyculture" to reduce/eliminate the need for additives and increase the profit per square foot.
In other words, we got a grant to Gorilla install PERMACULTURE. I don't care what they title it, but at least a little more soil will stop being saturated with gick!!
 
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Congratulations Marianne! Your farm couldn't be more deserving
Looking forward to watching your progress.....
 
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