Mike Haasl wrote:Awesome Jill, looks like you're in good shape to get a badge. What you need to do is to go to the beginning of the Commerce badge (on page #1) and click on whichever task you are interested in saying you've done. Each task is called a BB (Badge Bit). Complete enough badge bits, you get the badge. For Commerce it's just the four BBs.
So follow a link to the BB, read the requirements and if you've satisfied them, make a post in that thread showing that you've done the thing. Someone will come along and certify your BB (Yay). Once you've had all four BBs certified, you make a post in this thread asking to get the badge certified. Kind of like This One over in the foraging badge.
Let me know if that doesn't make sense and welcome to the PEP program
paul wheaton wrote:I wish to express that this is permaculture labor and not homesteading labor. Nor is it other conventional forms of labor.
I think there are a lot of people out there that think that building experience in permaculture pays about as well as "having a degree in philosophy" or "being an artist". While it is true that there are people that ACTUALLY make money with these endeavors, it will comfort people if they can show the coin. The same can be said for permaculture labor.
Mike Haasl wrote:If there's a place where it says the residual income streams need to be permaculture related, please provide a link so we can review it.