New Port Richey, FLUSA 34654
July 10, 2014
Not yet, but I have surrounded myself with many wonderful teachers who have freely shared their knowledge and increased my understanding.
The most fascinating aspect of permaculture for me, and I suspect many others, has been how easily I have learned to work WITH nature and learn from her. Years of traditional gardening left me disappointed and sure that I had a black thumb. Thanks to some wonderful friends who taught me some basic permaculture principals, I was able to successfully feed my family and nourish the earth in my care. I only wish I had met these teachers so much sooner!
I am currently traveling the country in a converted school bus with my husband and our three children, wwoofing our way to independence. We are most interested in homesteading and farm skills in anticipation of the day we can lay down roots on our own family farm.
Angela Hadley [masked][masked]
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