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I was on KBCS today

 
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It looks like you can listen to the show if you wanna:

http://kbcs.fm/site/PageServer?pagename=VoicesofDiversity

 
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Hey very cool Paul!  I very much agree with the idea that permaculture is a way to do good and not just talk about how bad everything is.  I've been hearing a lot more about permaculture on our local community radio station here in Portland too recently.
 
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What sort of stuff is the portland radio station saying?
 
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I think I heard this broadcast which is from the 2010 Village Building Convergence: http://kboo.fm/node/21938

I've probably heard about permaculture 3 times in the past two weeks while casually tuning in to our local radio station (I do leave it on quite a bit).  I was surprised that a simple search on their website yielded more than one hit too: http://kboo.fm/search/node/permaculture

EDIT: Also, Toby Hemenway was on KBOO - Air Cascadia: http://kboo.fm/node/21325
 
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Nathan Johns wrote:
Hey very cool Paul!  I very much agree with the idea that permaculture is a way to do good and not just talk about how bad everything is.  I've been hearing a lot more about permaculture on our local community radio station here in Portland too recently.




Congratulations!  Keep on spreading the good word of Permaculture
 
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