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I want to establish permaculture in a high desert with lots of wind

 
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I live about 15 minutes away from Arcosanti, and I was curious to know if I could grow Almond trees at my 6000 foot, dry elevation. There's a lot of shrubs and weeds where I live, not too many natural trees though. The shrubs are really big, woody bushes. I'd also like to know if I could plant pomegranates and where would be a good place to learn how to establish permaculture on my 2 and 1/2 acres.
 
                            
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Location: Pennsylvania, Zone 5B
 
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