winter woofing in new england!!

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  1. andrew curr

    andrew curr Moderator

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    We do most of our best work in winter
    Tree planting,gabion building,swale making,yadayada!


    vacancys for woofers or even permenant permaculturalists!:rofl:
     
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    Hi,
    We would love to hear more about you and your situation. We are two, currently in Iceland and having become somewhat weakened by a lot of the attitudes over here, are now simply looking for people who are at least somewhat likeminded, in order to join them for some time (perhaps much longer) - to do something real with our time. For various reasons, most certainly including financial, we have been unable to find land for ourselves; further believing anyway that a small group is better than just two to begin with.
    Hope that wasn't too fluffy, I have trouble finding the right words these days.
    We completed the first online PDC with Geoff Lawton, and have been self studying for years prior. Mostly tired of simply existing within all this, we are eager to get out and repair the soil and land, wherever we are able.
    Be in touch if you would like to talk.
    Kind regards, Michael and Sunna
     
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    Hi,
    We would love to hear more about you and your situation. We are two, currently in Iceland and having become somewhat weakened by a lot of the attitudes over here, are now simply looking for people who are at least somewhat likeminded, in order to join them for some time (perhaps much longer) - to do something real with our time. For various reasons, most certainly including financial, we have been unable to find land for ourselves; further believing anyway that a small group is better than just two to begin with.
    Hope that wasn't too fluffy, I have trouble finding the right words these days.
    We completed the first online PDC with Geoff Lawton, and have been self studying for years prior. Mostly tired of simply existing within all this, we are eager to get out and repair the soil and land, wherever we are able.
    Be in touch if you would like to talk.
    Kind regards, Michael and Sunna
     
  4. andrew curr

    andrew curr Moderator

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    Im having a baby this week so no time to chat!
    There are some pics i think on facs book
    i would send a personal message but dont know how
     
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    Congratulations on your new arrival!

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    Oh my goodness how awesome! :)
    Congratulations :)
    Sending lots of good vibes for a peaceful, graceful entrance whenever s/he decides to arrive :)
    Immediate notification of sex, weight, name, plus photos are essential :)
     

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