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Its great that this forum is here  but I'd really like to find some people that live locally. Are you from CT. Let's meet up
 
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what part of CT are you folks in? I just moved to a community in N. RI and am looking to meet other folks around the area.........
 
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I am in CT and am looking to build a network of like-minded folks.

I am hoping to get a community growing of folks who want to brainstorm a bit, offer feedback about possibilities for each other's properties, participate in work-parties, and generally keep the momentum going.

I am in Hebron which is about fifteen minutes East of Hartford.
 
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Hey guys!  My name is Earl and my wife has been working on a homesteading/permaculture club here in CT.  We have done something active each month for a while now and our members are growing.  Everyone shares for free and we work together.  We have had soil health presentations, tree grafting and mushroom workshops, recently we went on a trip to Eric Toensmeiers Food Forest and upcoming is an event specifically for the Homestead Kids.  If anyone is interested you can message me but im not often on the computer.  A better way would be to join my wifes group on FB.

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Hope to see you or talk soon!  Gotta run!  Got some chinese yam seedlings that need to go in the ground!
 
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