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Permaculture Voices 3 2016 (Still Instigating Inspiration!)

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I did not attend PV3 2016. What a bummer! Oh wow, I would have loved to, the speakers this year were almost custom tuned to my interests.

But luckily I found out that:
The talks from PV3 2016 available for purchase online at: http://www.permaculturevoices.com/shop/

I can't tell you how great the fact that this content is available has been for me. As I'm tackling 50 acres (Transitioning from conventional hay when we bought the land in June 2016) to all things grass fed I'm way in to all the training I can consume. I bought the PV3 Broadacre Video Package  and blogged about how I feel it compares to courses I took on-farm with Mark Shepard and Sepp Holzer (Pondering the 'being on the farm and training' vs. 'watching presentations on video training') and am duly impressed by the videos, my blog post is here: Farm Courses! (Yes I'm a Fan) I really like that the videos include the question and answer follow up with the audience after the presentations.

Diego Footer is the one human beehive of stunning productivity behind Permaculture Voices Podcast and the Permaculture Voices Conferences.  I'm currently a Patreon supporter of his work because his podcasts have been such a great resource in my transition out of my corporate job to farm. Through his podcast I've learned that he is ending his own corporate job in December 2016. He has inspired, enlightened and galvanized the most important community of people on the planet today, and needs that communities support at this time more than ever. I encourage everyone to consider investing in the amazing content of PV3 at a fraction of the cost of attending PV3, or consider Patreon to support Diego if his work has helped you, or if you are just discovering it and find value.


My first bit of advice is that if you are going to be a mime, you shouldn't talk. Even the tiny ad is nodding:
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