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On permaculture, entitlement, and that pesky third ethic: all aboard the elephant in the room

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Permacultures Third Ethic

“Contact with the soil reminds us that we are an integral part of nature, rather than feeling shut out and excluded. The simple acts of growing and eating our own food, recreating habitats in which nature’s diversity thrives, and taking steps to live more simply are practical ways of living which connect us to an awareness of

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Design strategies, case studies, how-to, and commentary from women who love the Earth, Brought to you by Heather Jo Flores and www.PermacultureWomen.com

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Heather Jo Flores

Heather Jo Flores

Farmer by day, writer by night. #foodnotlawns #permaculturewomen #freepermaculture. FREE online classes for people who love plants @heatherjoflores

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