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If I remember correctly, your book generated a lot of good discussion the last time it was offered!  Looking forward to reading this forum this week!
 
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Good morning and welcome.
I look forward to perhaps seeing an excerpt from the book to see what kind of writing style it is written in.
I am in the process of gaining my own land near Las Vegas, NM - and I intend on assisting abundant plant life on the property.
I'll be new to the experience but I have been lurking permies many years.
I just wasn't allowed to practice much before.
I guess I may have more practice than I let on - but where I am now in CA. is significantly different from where I will be come mid-September.

I read the little review, it sounds like this could be a neat little reference book.
Thank you Acadio for your efforts.
 
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We have four winners!!!

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Keep an eye out in your email inbox from an email from Stone Pier Press--they'll be emailing you to coordinate shipping, etc! And, huge thanks to Acadia for joining us again! We love having you here!

If you're bummed that you didn't win Acadia's book, have no fear! You can buy it right Through Stone Piere Press's website!. Enter the code GREEN20 and you'll get a 20% discount!
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congratulations!  Have fun (and share pictures) creating/building your perennial food forests.
 
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Congratulations to the winners!!
 
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Hi Acadia,

I just started reading Growing Good Food."  I'm loving it!  It's enlightening, empowering, and fun to read.  I really enjoy your literary style.  Thank you for writing it : )  Your Perennial Foods is next on my reading list.

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