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Lookin for my PermaKing

 
Katya Barnheart
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Location: SE Missouri, Zone 7a
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Looking for my Permaculture king!
Im a young, smart, funny single woman with my own permaculture paradise.
Looking for a smart adventurous plant and animal loving guy. No crazies please.
 
Matthew Nistico
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Location: Clemson, SC ("new" Zone 8a)
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Hello Katya, nice of you to join us! : ) It would be even nicer, I have to say, if you told us a bit more about yourself, starting with where you live. You described yourself as "young" ...? What range of ages in men are you looking for? What manner of permaculture paradise do you possess? I am sure we would all like to know more about that.

~ Matthew
 
Leila Rich
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Location: Wellington, New Zealand. Temperate, coastal, sandy, windy,
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Welcome to permies Katya.
While you're looking for your Permaculture king, make sure you keep an eye out for Jerusalem artichokes, chickens, rocket stoves, hugelkultur, cast iron...
What's that got to do with anything? Well, artichokes from the hugel beds, fried with chicken in a cast iron pan on a rocket stove sounds pretty romantic to me
 
Katya Barnheart
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Location: SE Missouri, Zone 7a
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Leila-
That sounds amazing. Got the J. Artichokes and ducks and cast iron... working on the rest!
Matthew-
True. Im young as in early 20's, looking for guys anywhere in their 20's/early 30's... I live in Missouri (not sure I want to give my exact town on the internet
I have a small but wonderful (and ever in-progress) permaculture paradise out in the boonies. I'm very into natural building, built my own house, now working on my greenhouse. Also love grafting fruit trees and propagating plants, especially anything in the Ribes family
If you want to know more, message me.
thanks
 
Scotos Alba
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Location: Central europe
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Hi there folks, how do you do ? Tis nice to meet You. Being a newbie I just randomly read through here forums and I ended up here. Katya, pray tell me, how a single girl in early 20ties managed to posess a permaparadise ? Myself being from a crowded lil country in the heart of the old Europe being in my late 20ties, even though I am working fulltime, still have a long road to get a paradise of my own. Though being perfectly able to biuld a house of my own, local law hinders me from doing so mainly because no official authority would allow me to build my dream cob and wood housey. How did You manage to live Yer dream ? Perhaps things work different in that there US, this making me think about mowing west Also I am in big of a mess finding likeminded mates around here. I also am looking for a soulmate out of the consumption society scheme, be it hard I stand assured. Please tell me how one strats his ow permalife ? Where do You begin ? By getting some land ? ... Whoa That is too much questions up in my head. Looking forward to get some answers thoug, may the force be with You ))
 
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