wayne fajkus wrote:
Since i have no plans to move this may a good thing "for me". I dont know the answer though. I get specifics for my application but may miss the more broad lesson. Does that make sense? I am unsure which way is better. There's a good argument for both sides.
bob day wrote:I wanted to put up this link for you webpage and I hope it displays properly. I could go into how the actual course was so great (Geoff Lawton online 2014), and it changed my life, but we're not all created equal and this video seemed to do a good job on what to expect, etc. Especially since Geoff's course is getting ready to start.
Dillon Nichols wrote:
I think an in person PDC with a first rate instructor who is local to your chosen biome is far better value for money.
Mike Barkley wrote:Interesting replies. Another option is the pep/pex program that is starting here at permies.
S Benji wrote:What you can do now is work on getting some dehydration skills + fermentation skills other food preservation skills.
Then I would work on time management skills and building your body's endurance and strength.
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