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Read Permaculture Magazine?

 
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What do people think of Permaculture Magazine? Here is an amazon link for if you want to check it out/subscribe: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00067PGWO/rs12-20
 
                                              
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Yes, have read/scanned every issue.  I have an online subscription to Permaculture Magazine and it saves a lot of money. 

With an online subscription, I gained access to every back issue, plus the current Spring 2011 issue.  It costs about $7.00 U.S. every 3 months and it can be canceled anytime.  Even though it focuses on the U.K., the concepts are usually workable in the U.S.

http://www.exacteditions.com/exact/browse/409/460/8285/1/1/0/permaculture

 
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