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Jeff Hodgins

Joined: Mar 29, 2011
Posts: 179
Hi, my wife and I have a small farm in Puebla and another in Yucatan. I am from Canada and my wife is Mexican. We are begining to specialize in biodiversefied agroforestry. We would be glad to share what we have learned and we have 2 extra rooms for visiters. I look forward to seeing our first visiter soon.
Diana Sutherland

Joined: May 02, 2012
Posts: 1
Hi there

I am canadian and travelling Mexico down to South America. I am really new to permaculture but on my route would love to learn new skills. I am currently in Mexico City heading down to Peubla in the next few days. Please let me know if you need help or are willing to teach me something new. I am a beginner spanish speaker.


Sebastian Winnen

Joined: May 28, 2012
Posts: 1
my wife (mexican) and I (german) wish to develop good projects for the world, rescuing our very basis of life. Currently we are planning to travel through south america to get to know the country, permaculture or similar projects and meet people with similar ideas.
We will start our Trip in November 2012 from Aguascalientes in Mexico. We would be glade if we could visit you on your farm, to learn from you as we will help you with your daily work.
It would be a great pleasure for us to get in contact with you.
Kind regards,
Yuridia and Sebastian
Jeffrey Hodgins

Joined: Nov 14, 2011
Posts: 166
Location: Yucatan Puebla Ontario BC
If anyone would like to visit please call 1(905) 682 9594 (my Canada #) or 011 52 248 482 6326 in Mexico. I am currently in Canada getting $ to pay for all the land I have been buying, but my wife could really use a hand planting the food forests and the like.

Diversified Food forest maker . Fill every niche and you'll have less weeds (the weeds are the crop too). Fruit, greens, wild harvest, and nuts as staple. Food processing and preservation are key to self self-sufficiency. Never eat a plant without posetive identification and/or consulting an expert.
Nicholas Sanders

Joined: Dec 31, 2012
Posts: 6
Where in the Yucatan are you located. I am currently living in Merida and about to startup own project. I am looking for sources of education. Salud! Nicholas
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