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I am working on a business concept that might help permaculture get more traction, and I want to see how deep the field is where this is planned to start. So the question:
Who of you
a) have a permaculture design certificate
b) do not have a 1+ acre plot of land to work on but want to design, implement, and manage one
and
c) live in California or are willing to move here


 
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Hi, Mike.  

Welcome to permies.  I am definitely not your candidate as I, a) do not have a PDC, b) live on six acres and c) grew up in California and am not going back.  Best of luck finding your person!  
 
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