[before_listing images=https://www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/f848dbb14d3146b0ab73d89b404289b1.jpg youtube=null] I live between France and India and have decided to get involved in community projects such as urban farming, DYO workshops, permaculture designs, local community production, etc… here in France and around !
So i’m curious about any initiative and willing to give a hand and both ears.

On the other side im looking for a place to settle down and start a long-term experimental permaculture site, where festivals, training, workshops, and also alternative ways of life, mother nature celebration and wild life mitigation could be developped step by step.[landbuddy_listing images=https://www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/f848dbb14d3146b0ab73d89b404289b1.jpg youtube=null]

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One Response to “Permaculture”

  1. Cheryl

    Hello! We’re in southern Maine near Portland. Creating homestead/small farm on 9 acres with permaculture focus, many dreams for future and an interest in finding the right fit person to be our Permaculturist-in-Residence. Check out Portland Permaculture Meetup–VERY active group with nearly 1,400 members! Feel free to email me at vanwish@netpenny.net