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Re: [RondoutValleyPermaculture] Scoping out a Woodland Permaculture Project Tomorrow

From: Tim M.
Sent on: Saturday, September 10, 2011 8:13 AM
Cool idea Judith, and maybe something we should all do...invite the rest of us to tour each others places. Let's do that! AND let's give each other more notice to plan to do it!
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From: Judith Karpova [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Saturday, September 10,[masked]:36 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [RondoutValleyPermaculture] Scoping out a Woodland Permaculture Project Tomorrow

Hi, Sanjay Mishra <[address removed]> is coming up from Queens tomorrow, September 10th, to see my (about) 3-acre meadow on Sundown Road. It's on the edge, and part of, a 17-acre woodland. We'll be talking about whether it can be converted to a permaculture garden or small farm, and how to do it. We're meeting at my home at 213 Sundown Road, Kerhonkson, at 1:30-2:00 pm, and then going to the site. All are welcome to join.
Call me if you're coming, 845 [masked],or email me, [address removed].
The woodland parcel itself can be accessed by turning onto Sundown Road from Samsonville Road, going to the end and making the right turn, and then turning right past the house on the corner.  There's a road that goes in, but don't park on it, it gets very soggy and your car might get stuck.  You'll have to park on the road.  There's a post, like a partial telephone pole, right at the entrance, I'll have a sign on it.  Then there's a path back to the meadow.  You can also reach it before you make the right turn, but the creek is in the way.  Which is fine, if you don't mind wading.  See the picture below, green arrows indicte the entrance and path to the meadow.  You can see the tributary into the Mettacahonts dividing up the meadow as well.
Judith Karpova

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