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Charlie now sells composting worms. He has the African variety. He is an honest guy but check your bucket to make sure you get what you paid for. I had to go…"
19 years old and you've already found your way into permaculture? You, my friend, are ahead of the curve! Great job! Sounds like you've got a lot of interests that align with permaculture principles and the great outdoors;…"
I'm 19 and I enjoy agriculture and sustainability. I have worked at and toured farms in North Carolina and have lived in Arizona for a year now. I enjoy cooking a lot. I work 2 restaurant jobs and am increasing my culinary abilities everyday.
My other hobbies are drawing, playing music,hiking, and traveling.
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Sorry it's taken me so long to respond! I'm definitely happy to hear that you're eager to get involved! Have you contacted Kate Radosevic? She's the Volunteer Manager here at VPA and I'm sure she'd love to hear from you! Things can get pretty busy around here, and response times aren't always immediate, but I hope that won't discourage you! Also, if you have any permaculture projects you'd like to put into practice, feel free to contact me! Maybe we can work together on a rainwater harvesting system to keep your compost nice and damp or something like that. Take care, and thanks for adding me! Keep in touch!
19 years old and you've already found your way into permaculture? You, my friend, are ahead of the curve! Great job! Sounds like you've got a lot of interests that align with permaculture principles and the great outdoors; feel free to post in the forum and see if any other members are interested in hiking, practicing gardening, seed saving, or any other things that coalesce with permaculture principles and practices. Best of luck!
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