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It seems there's a lot of new folks looking at books online and trying to make good decisions. Good on them. However it seems like many forums are being filled with threads about each individual book. I find this bothersome. I want to hear from folks in the meat & potatoes of permaculture, knee deep in mud, or just quietly seeing who's pollinating which flower. I don't want to wade through a lot of book topics to find the good stuff. Might there be a way to consolidate this into a single "book review" thread where folks can post reviews of books?

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I think you have a valuable idea here wildeyes

It would be great if you would use the search feature to find all book threads you can and gather a few meaningful bits and a link to the whole thread in one place, if you want to take it on.

The moth suit and wings road is much more exciting than taxes. Or this tiny ad:
A rocket mass heater heats your home with one tenth the wood of a conventional wood stove
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