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Paul Wheaton 8/16 in Woodinville - Making the Big Bucks

From: Jocelyn
Sent on: Thursday, August 2, 2012 8:18 AM
Hi folks,

Posted at Meetup and here, are more details on the Paul Wheaton Making the Big Bucks discussion, Thursday, 8/16, in Woodinville.

We'll cover at least two-dozen ways to make money from having a rich diversity of permaculture farming. We'll start off with how the permaculture model compares to conventional and organic farming. As a permaculturist following in the footsteps of Bill Mollison, Sep Holzer, and others such as Fukuoka, you can attract volunteers, offer internships, and other opportunities to teach others as they work on your land and increase your productivity. Permaculture techniques enable you to limit or eliminate many of your expenses, while offering a market niche for selling a diversity of produce, coppice, weeds, and other products to dramatically increase your profit margin.

For more information, visit the farm income forum.

Come hang out with us and talk permaculture!


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