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I’m looking for names of experienced permaculture designers in Northern NM. The project will be to design a 10 acre farm in Abiquiú.

I’m looking for experienced practitioners only.

Local folks with established networks preferred.

Thanks!
 
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What a great opportunity for creating a high desert permaculture food forest site. Can't wait to see how your place ends up!
 
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Hola!  Get in touch if you're still looking.  I'm long-time NM-based though ranging widely these days; projects from San Diego to Andalucia.  Back home for monsoon.  Web site (images unreliable depending on browser): ecOasys.net.  Also: LinkedIn.  Ciao, Patrik Schumann, ecOasys@hotmail.com, ecOasys, AlMunias, H2Omin, etc
 
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Patrik Schumann wrote:Web site (images unreliable depending on browser): ecOasys.net.  



Does your "website" have more than one page?  I couldn't find links to anything except linkedin.
 
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Hola, Web site/ home page is a single "scroll" with no linked pages yet, images stopped working consistently a few months after porting to NM-mountains-based ISP from GoDaddy Web Builder.  Hope to get subsidiary/ related operations, projects, etc, up as linked sites or pages soon.  Got any knowledge of all that?  Any further info I can provide?  Best, Patrik
 
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Do I have any knowledge about how your ISP works?  Nope, sorry.

I run my own web servers so I can put pretty much anything I want on them and if it doesn't work then it's my fault and I figure it out and fix it.
This is one of my current web servers:
 
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Alright, I was actually asking the nature of your interest & therefore possible follow-up direction: the page structure/ limitations of my web site OR detailed content/ questions which might have been addressed on subsidiary pages.  Thanks, Patrik
 
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