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Mark Curtis M.



Glendale, AZ
Hometown: Glendale

Member since:

January 5, 2012


What are your permaculture projects this year?!?

Maintaining a home garden. Foraging and wildcrafting.


Mark Mardon has been active in environmental and social-justice movements since 1977. He is a former associate editor of the Sierra Club's magazine, Sierra. He profiled the 2014 Signs of Sustainability (SOS) award winners.

What Mark Curtis M. is saying about this Meetup Group

Rondout Valley Permaculture is doing extraordinary work bringing together movers and shakers in the permaculture movement, seeking to restore some semblance of balance bioregions and ecosystems too out of kilter to continue with the status quo. Urgent work needs to be done to prevent ecological and social catastrophe, and Rondout Valley Permaculture is a leader in getting that work done.

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