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I wonder if Central-Eastern Canada is so dead from a permaculture perspective that it didn't warrant a separate regional section?

I mean Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes.
Lotsa things happening around there too...
 
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So much GMO and spraying here in Southern Ontario, this is not where I would want to start growing anything, ideally. Shame, it's nice here in summer.
 
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Try the great white north forum for Canada. 
 
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Hey I must disagree you are right about the GMO and spraying but we need to make this an inside job! we are right in the heart of it and our 12 acres is coming along OK we are certainly raising some local eyebrows but at least half of the people who see what we are doing think it might be a good idea. it will take living proof to convert the Monsanto-ites. so we are following Fukuoka's example and doing it here. Time will tell but some support and optimism can't hurt
 
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