Permaculture group in South Jersey

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  1. shall5232

    shall5232 New Member

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    Anyone looking to establish a permaculture group in South Jersey. I have been trying to start my permaculture journey and have been having a hard time finding like minded people. I was finishing my PDC with Geoff Lawton last night and he made the statement that if there is no local group someone has to step up and do it. Granted I have little to no experience in this kind of thing but thought I would throw it out there. We could share ideas, community and work on projects togethor.
    any takers
     
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    Kick it up! You're talking southern New Jersey, right? Post yourself onto the Worldwide Permaculture Network (https://permacultureglobal.com) to start. Let folks know you're out there. Start a Permaculture "meet-up" in your area ... an easy way to find other interested people. Once you find some other Permaculturists, try a monthly study group. I know a bunch in Spokane that have a highly successful gathering that coincides with the full moon! If you have the means, put up your own webpage. Google offers this for free and also their Google+ feature. Even facebook can be helpful in finding like-minded neighbors.

    Part of finding others is to put yourself "out there" to be found.
     
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    Vineland NJ in the heart of the Garden State. Although, I am surrounded by gmo corn, soy, and canola. Searching for a decent job so I can have a massive yard that I can transform into a permaculture FOREST!.
     

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