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Nancy M.


Stone Ridge, NY

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April 3, 2013

What are your permaculture projects this year?!?

I'm planning to use some old logs to make some raised beds for vegetable growing where turf is now growing. I've been growing sunflower greens in a way that is virtually no cost and really easy.


My education and working history are in ornamental horticultural. I've been working to harmonize with nature in managing the land in my care. Permaculture puts a name and awareness on it that helps clarify so much.

What Nancy M. is saying about this Meetup Group

Anyone devoting energy to the realization of permaculture into everyday living is guided by a good idea. It's a work in progress and only time will tell how RVP translates the vision of permaculture into action. Egalitarianism seems to go hand in hand with the philosophy of permaculture, because it allows us to value as equals unique human individuals in a way counter to the societal structures that keep digging us in deeper, treating 'ordinary people' as dross. More dumpster filler. I'm on a quest to find egalitarianism. Does it live in RVP? I'm not sure. What do you think?


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