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Olympia Seeds/Starters/Vegan compost/conversation?

 
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Hey all, I'm just establishing a veganic permaculture-based garden in my backyard and am pretty new to all this.  I live in Olympia and was wondering if anyone has any resources they could share/exchange.  I could swap for labor (if you need any garden help maybe you could teach me a thing or two at the same time!).  Other possible exchanges are for fresh vegan baked goods, kombucha starter, or maybe some house plant starters (aloe, jade, some variety of cactus..).  Also if anybody wants to meet up for coffee and talk permaculture sometime I am really interested in connecting with some local folks and sharing knowledge.
 
            
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A few Oly resources:

The Olympia Seed Exchange (http://www.olympiaseedexchange.org/) & the Olympia Community Seed Project (http://olympiaseeds.livejournal.com/).  I've heard that the seed exchange is dormant until fall planting season (mid/late-july?).

There's also a new meetup group, Olympia Permaculture Meetup - (http://www.meetup.com/The-Olympia-Permaculture-Meetup-Group/).



 
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