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Our Permaculture Blog is your online resource so you can grow your own food in a sustainable, holistic way! Beyond organic gardening, simplified & strategic.is where you will find a LOT of practical info on sustainable, organic and thoughtful gardening. We’ve tried to share this learning with our Permaculture Blog Tribe throughout the years. We wish to transform your backyard into an organic food forest. Luckily, with today’s technology and with a lot of heart we can all grow together!
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