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Re: Who Is In Charge of Permaculture?

From: Dale H.
Sent on: Monday, February 10, 2014 9:00 AM

Thanks for sending Joy. I think the writer struck it just right. It seems to me that it (permaculture) is like life itself- decentralized, evolving and non-hierarchical. That makes it difficult to explain to a lot of people. Many in our “western” or capitalistic societies are always looking toward the- Who owns it? Who controls it? How can this thing fly in our economy? – directions that cannot be simply answered well. The most thoughtful answers to these questions help show the reasons that make permaculture so revolutionary, resilient, hopeful and unique.

Keep smiling, Dale Hendricks


Green Light Plants, LLC

1834 Flint Hill Road

Landenberg, Pa 19350


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