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This chapter from Michael Judd's book, "Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist", will give you a head start on growing specialty mushrooms.



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Ram Pumps webinar
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In this presentation from the online PDC, Tim details the use of ram pumps and how you can pump water higher than the level of input, using the power of the water as energy.



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Building the Easy-bake Coffin micro documentary
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I wonder if these sort of huge bundles can be placed online to sell at forums such as jvzoo and warrior forum. This isn't a normal bundle, but is useful for someone who wants to run a permaculture business.  Most of the other stuff in those sites are affiliate things or things that are public label rights etc.  
 
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Does this give you unlimited access or just a one time viewing?
 
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Donna Herrmann-Vogel wrote:Does this give you unlimited access or just a one time viewing?



Digital things bought from Permies will show up in My Stuff and you will be able to view it or download it as long as the website is up. I've downloaded a number of PDFs from here.

I should clarify, a lot of the videos are streamed through Vimeo. You can watch those, but you can only download them if you buy a downloadable package.
 
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William Wallace wrote:I wonder if these sort of huge bundles can be placed online to sell at forums such as jvzoo and warrior forum. This isn't a normal bundle, but is useful for someone who wants to run a permaculture business.  Most of the other stuff in those sites are affiliate things or things that are public label rights etc.  



Maybe just share the link to this from there?
 
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I'd like to Anonymoosely Gift this bundle to someone. is there any way they can tell who this gift came from, when they receive the email with the codes, etc.?

thanks this is a powerful way to help our allies and spread good works around.
 
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Alex Freedman wrote:I'd like to Anonymoosely Gift this bundle to someone. is there any way they can tell who this gift came from, when they receive the email with the codes, etc.?

thanks this is a powerful way to help our allies and spread good works around.



About seven years ago we added the ability to do this.  I'm not sure if anybody has used it ever.

When you go to buy this, there is a checkbox on the purchase area that says "buy this as a gift".  Check that and proceed.  I think you get the option to do it anonymously (anonymoosely).  You might be the first person ever to test this feature!
 
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Hello,
I was just notified on the bundle. I would like to write a check, as I am trying to keep operating outside the system and not contribute to the Amazon's, the Google's, the ones who are attempting to make us serfs and slaves. So, can we write a check?

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Lisa Baldwin wrote:Hello,
I was just notified on the bundle. I would like to write a check, as I am trying to keep operating outside the system and not contribute to the Amazon's, the Google's, the ones who are attempting to make us serfs and slaves. So, can we write a check?

Thank you,
Lisa



Hi Lisa! Great question!  We now offer paypal, crypto or stripe as payment options, however, if none of those appeal to you there are some other options that require manual processing by Paul.  Therefore, if you choose to use one of those other options (see the link below) then please add a $10 fee to the amount you send.  Thanks

https://permies.com/wiki/186450/buying-digital-market-stuff
 
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Thanks Jules, but the point is to be outside the digital space and use cash. Hopefully Paul will be open to this. I will wait to see.

~ Lisa
 
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Lisa Baldwin wrote:Thanks Jules, but the point is to be outside the digital space and use cash. Hopefully Paul will be open to this. I will wait to see.

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Hey Lisa, yes, cash is an option.  Do take a look at the link for details of where to send: https://permies.com/wiki/186450/buying-digital-market-stuff
 
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Thank you to Paul, the Permies staff, and the respective content creators for offering this bundle with incredible value!
 
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Hi,

I have paid for the subscription, I don't see the my stuff option within my account. Can you please advice as to how I can access the purchases.

If I click on the post above that says its available in my stuff I get the attached error

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Hi Clive,

I am not sure if you've already tried this, but here's a thread to possibly assist:
https://permies.com/wiki/145304/access-Digital-Market-Goodies-Gift

One of the prerequisites is to ensure you are logged in, which I have forgotten to, on several occasions.

Hope this helps!
 
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Clive Ja wrote:Hi,

I have paid for the subscription, I don't see the my stuff option within my account. Can you please advice as to how I can access the purchases.

If I click on the post above that says its available in my stuff I get the attached error

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Clive,

I looked this stuff up on your account and there are zero purchases.  Hmmm  ...  

Well, every time somebody buys something on paypal, i get an email with the buyer's email address.  So I tried to find that.  Nope.

Every time somebody buys something on stripe, i get an email with buyer's name.  So I tried to find that.  Nope.  

Throw me a bone:  maybe a transaction number?  An alternative email address?  A different name?

 
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I too am interested but am having trouble logging in. I entered my email address and clicked on "forget password". I received an email link and clicked on the link to reset my password. In order for me to enter a new password it REQUIRED an old password, which I forgot or don't have. I tried what I thought it could be but was wrong. How do you reset your password if you don't have an OLD password?
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Jon Wright wrote:I too am interested but am having trouble logging in. I entered my email address and clicked on "forget password". I received an email link and clicked on the link to reset my password. In order for me to enter a new password it REQUIRED an old password, which I forgot or don't have. I tried what I thought it could be but was wrong. How do you reset your password if you don't have an OLD password?
Thanks.



Hi Jon, it looks like the verification part gives you 2 options - either to enter in your current password, or to send a verification link to your email address. Can you change it to the second one and try that?
 
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I would like to thank Paul, the staff, and all the authors of the information for offering these sales. The last few sales and pre-sales have allowed me to start building an electronic library for my phone, tablet, and laptop that allows me to keep learning no matter where I may be. In fact, it has garnered the attention of 5 people already in the past few weeks. That has allowed me to pass on information about not only  the dreaded permaculture but probably more importantly your website. My wife and I are on a fixed income and can easily afford a few dollars here and there while it would be hard to put out a few hundred every few weeks. Again, thank you very much. Sincerely, Jeff
 
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Jon Wright wrote:I too am interested but am having trouble logging in. I entered my email address and clicked on "forget password". I received an email link and clicked on the link to reset my password. In order for me to enter a new password it REQUIRED an old password, which I forgot or don't have. I tried what I thought it could be but was wrong. How do you reset your password if you don't have an OLD password?
Thanks.



Hi Jon, it looks like the verification part gives you 2 options - either to enter your current password or to send a verification link to your email address. Can you change it to the second one and try that?


Thank you, Jules, for your suggestion it worked and was able to purchase and view content. Just seemed strange to repeat the email link process but it worked. The email body was the same but the email title was different for anyone interested.
Thank you so much for a great deal. Looking forward to adding to my knowledge of a great range of subjects. A+
 
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I bought this without logging in and now I cannot find it! my paypal email is different than my permies email so I don't even know how to access it now.

Please help
 
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the email I used to purchase this was not my permies account email

here is the transaction code:

Transaction ID: 73K49098K6835860F

how can I access these products? should I ask for a refund then redo it through my permies account?
 
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For anyone who isn't sure - there are now 3 options for payments when you click on the Buy button - these are: paypal, crypto or stripe.  Stripe essentially lets you use your card without an account.

If none of those work for you there are a couple of other options possible but these require manual processing by Paul.  Therefore, if you choose to use one of those other options (talked about on the link below) then please add a $10 fee to the amount you send.

https://permies.com/wiki/186450/buying-digital-market-stuff

Thank you :)
 
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Lana Berticevich wrote:the email I used to purchase this was not my permies account email

here is the transaction code:

Transaction ID: 73K49098K6835860F

how can I access these products? should I ask for a refund then redo it through my permies account?



Hi Lana! No worries.  This should work:

Make sure you're logged into your Permies account
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then please click on your name on the top right of the screen
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then edit profile
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then at the bottom of that section, you will see the option to add in a secondary email address. Add in your paypal email.

Please post back here when complete and I can make sure your stuff is with you.

If there are any issues with the above, please post to the tinkering thread: https://permies.com/f/11/tnk and we can troubleshoot there. :)


 
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Hi - I live in the UK - I would love to purchase this bundle - is this possible please? Thank you
 
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Sorry.  We are not equipped to deal with VAT stuff.  
 
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Hi Everyone,
Im in Canada and would like to purchase the digital products but it says "US only"..is there another way for me to purchase?

Thanks
 
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Hello,
Which payment options require manual processing by Paul? I went to the link you provided and it says that he is not willing to go to the bank or use his phone to deposit a check. Can you please be specific as to what he is willing to manually process?

Thank you,
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Annie Zaleski wrote:Hi Everyone,
Im in Canada and would like to purchase the digital products but it says "US only"..is there another way for me to purchase?

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Hi Annie, sorry - as Paul said above - currently we are not equipped to deal with VAT/taxes outside of the US for this item. Thank you
 
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You can use Stripe, PayPal or Crypto to pay for items in the permies Digital Market (see more items for sale in the DM here - https://permies.com/f/323/digital-market )

If you need other options, Paul has detailed a few other options that are trickier and require manual processing by him (and so require an additional $10 fee) - he's listed some that have been used before here:

https://permies.com/wiki/186450/buying-digital-market-stuff

These include:
- Sending an Amazon gift card
- Zelle
- Wise
- Sending cash
 
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On this page: https://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/permaculture-adventure
the cost for this bundle says $35 today but when I click the link it says $65.

What is the actual cost? Did I miss the lower price because it is 9pm EST??
 
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Vicky Graboske wrote:On this page: https://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/permaculture-adventure
the cost for this bundle says $35 today but when I click the link it says $65.

What is the actual cost? Did I miss the lower price because it is 9pm EST??



Yes, that’s correct, the $35 price has now ended and the bundle is $65 now.
 
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Hmm, I thought the $35 price was good through July 14.  It's not the 15th yet, even on the east coast, yet the price is $65.  What happened?  
 
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At the top of this thread it was really clear that it was through 2pm mountain time on friday.  Once we hit 2pm we changed the messages on this thread.

It seems like our everything everywhere was clear about the 2pm thing.  Can you point to an email we sent or something?  

 
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paul wheaton wrote:At the top of this thread it was really clear that it was through 2pm mountain time on friday.  Once we hit 2pm we changed the messages on this thread.

It seems like our everything everywhere was clear about the 2pm thing.  Can you point to an email we sent or something?  



Thanks for the clarification Paul.  No I cannot point exactly to an email.  Just going by all of the advertising by Jack Spirko and John Bush who referenced "the last day" with the date being the 14th.  No one ever said there was a 2pm deadline.

And to that point, I'm sure you have your reason, but a 2pm deadline is an odd time for sure.  No one would ever think that intuitive if you're getting in on the last day.

I appreciate what you all do.  Thanks again.
 
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