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This digital market listing is all about the money fondling aspect.   To get all of the event details click here.

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one ticket to the 2024 Permaculture Technology Jamboree
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Do we have an affiliate purchase link for the current pricing?
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Like this:

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Also note that our current PDC and ATC tickets have a 30% affiliate fee.   Your affiliate codes would be:

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Hey Paul,

Any work tickets for this event for our more impoverished folks with functioning backs?  I have heard them mentioned for various events on some of the podcasts so I thought I'd inquire.

Thanks!
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Spencer Tachick wrote:Hey Paul,

Any work tickets for this event for our more impoverished folks with functioning backs?  I have heard them mentioned for various events on some of the podcasts so I thought I'd inquire.

Thanks!
Spencer



Sorry for the late response, Spencer.  We do have a work-trade program here: https://permies.com/t/204933/Worktrade-Arrival-Deadlines-Summer-Events
 
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I would be interested in attending with my wife and 4yo child while adhering to the parent-child conduct but curious about a few things:

1. Can we consent not to be filmed (i.e. those in gray shirt don't get filmed)? The incentive to film makes me think everyone's going to be filming us and we aren't putting daughter "out there"/on social media.

2. Understanding if I opt for online courses instead, that gets me last year's content. Considering ideas and concepts have been refined better between then and now, how would we purchase this year's content and when would you expect it to be digitally available? Early bird for that content?

3. I'm finding single concepts very interesting but not too many developments from it (e g. Modular 8 inch rocket stove with kiln, forge, crucible) - how do I go about learning how to obtain/purchase that content? Or are these open thread unfinished concepts still being refined/developed?

Thank you so much in advance!
 
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Rc Henderson wrote:
3. I'm finding single concepts very interesting but not too many developments from it (e g. Modular 8 inch rocket stove with kiln, forge, crucible) - how do I go about learning how to obtain/purchase that content? Or are these open thread unfinished concepts still being refined/developed?

Thank you so much in advance!


Hi Rc, I can answer some of these questions. The plans for the modular 8 inch rocket are available here.

If you are looking for a basic RMH, you can get the 6 inch pebble style plans.
 
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