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Aloha kids....
I'm in Kapoho, Hawai'i... New to studying on this permaculture kine.
I misspent my youth on airplanes and motorcycles, then switched to rock climbing and bicycles, then offgrid tech of many sorts.... Now all about growing food!

If anyone wants to get in on the start of a new permaculture project, come on over.
I'm able to offer space on a 50 acre farm; it's an old macadamia nut hobby farm that has well reverted to it's own ways.... I'm the first to live here in over 20 years.
Plenty of other food left to it's own growth that I've actually been living in a natural permaculture site!
Bananas, papayas, avocados, coconuts, cherries, oranges, mtn apples....even coffee!
Too bad more wasn't planted back then but what an opportunity to do it now.

I've got a lot to learn! But a great head start and a dedication to get on with it.
Can't do it alone, plenty of space for qualified folk to form the farm village.
We have horses already and other animals on the way.

what if we put solar panels on top of the semi truck trailer? That could power this tiny ad:
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