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Finding a Land for Winter  RSS feed

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My name is Jules and I am an inspired, creative, permaculture designer. I have been building landscapes for the past five years. I managed an organic farm and began shaping it into a permaculture design system as well as starting an herbal medicine clinic there. I lived in South America for a year living with the indigenous Waoroni and Shipibo tribes, learning the ways in which they connect to Pachamama (mother earth) and built cob homes and permaculture farms there. Following this I began teaching permaculture techniques and doing freelance work. I have recently returned to the states and am seeking an opportunity to continue spreading abundance and balance. Is anyone looking for farm hands this winter? I would love to connect and share this beautiful abundant earth!

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Location: Northwest Lower MI
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How about a winter with the Ojibwa and Odawa tribes of the Upper Great Lakes?

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