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Eric Callahan wrote:Yes, a good axe is probably the most important tool for sustaining life, in context with itself and a person who knows how to use it.
I prefer Maine or Northeastern manufactured axes (Snow & Nealley, Emerson Stevens, Rixford, Walters, etc). the ones below fit that criteria, hung on sugar maple handles.
Maddy Harland wrote:How about working with the Permaculture magazine website? permaculture.co.uk We get 1,200,000 pageviews a year from 155 countries around the world and post every day. We would happily write a bit of editorial, host your YouTubes and link back to permies.com. Indeed we have already and our viewers loved it!
zemljak Hatfield wrote:It is not complete! Otherwise people would get some results - if we do not count disasters as results. There is a full text in French that is circulating around but it is very private and for personal use. And to answer Your future question I do not speak French!
Link and related document that I mentioned in one of the previous post is not that bad.