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Hi everybody! I'm Shelly, I'm 38, and I live in Minnesota. I am currently still in the newbie stage of all this, so far I just grow my own herbs/vegetables but I live with my mom and will (hopefully) be moving into an apartment again soon, so I'm kind of just learning about everything right now. I am interested in possibly working on an organic farm, or living in a commune type place. I don't know many people that are into stuff like this so it's hard to do much when you're a single female who doesn't make much money. Hoping to make some new friends here and learn lots of interesting stuff!

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i'll encourage you to read everything you can get your hands on and visit some permaculture properties and take courses if you can get them
permaculture is a more symbiotic relationship with nature so I can be even lazier. Read tiny ad:
Switching from electric heat to a rocket mass heater reduces your carbon footprint as much as parking 7 cars
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