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Hope all is well out there. The sun is shining more and more everyday! Big ideas are growing and the group has out grown there boots. Join us as we continue to improve our minds with information, our land with natures improvements, and our hearts with kindness!


Our next meeting will be at the Holiday Market Community room again!



April, Wednesday the 23rd at 6p.m.


3315 Placer Street, Redding, California 96001



Lets share, sell, or trade whatever surplus you have ready for the year that will benefit the group. Also come prepared to share your ideas towards improving our local community through fire prevention, erosion control, and well thought our plans.



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See ya next week!
 
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Hello, I am new to the area and all summer into fall this is the most current Shasta County permaculture group post I can find. I'm looking for permaculture folks for work trades, CSA opportunities, possible live on site/alternative building opportunities all at my property or yours... Anyone local looking into this sort of thing please contact me. I'm also looking for social contact and/or people to play music with.
 
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It would appear this is a dead end of sorts.

A quick web search of public data shows very similar communications from at least a year ago, from an individual named Naaman Hagman, on another permaculture site.
This name does or did appear on a title of property ownership in Shasta County.
I believe there is also a Myspace page floating about.

The property that is or was owned in the name of Naaman Hagman appears to have been put up for sale earlier this year.
The pictures provided by the broker of the property have all of the earmarkings of having been used for a different sort of horticultural pursuit.
In the course of my Shasta County land-scoutings, I have seen a lot of them (pun intended).

The dates of the post here and elsewhere, and the dates of the property listing and delisting, suggests that the property seems to have either already resold immediately or has been taken off the market due to encumbrances.
The broker lists the property as "sold".

There is always the possibility of a chronological mishap in data; so if Naaman Hagman does still own this parcel, and it did not get forfeited as a result of a C.A.M.P. raid and resold at a government auction, a response would be just super...
 
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Check out Redding Permablitz Collective on Meetup.com. I am the organizer and we are doing some pretty cool stuff! We have members with rental and other work share co-housing opportunities all the time. Contact me there for more information.

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