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Re: [permaculture] Re: Pc teacher input on Pc Courses
On Wed, 19 May 1999, eric + michiko wrote:
> Why can't Pc be less expensive?
The mainstream PC courses and workshops should not be any less expensive,
if anything they should cost more to make it possible for teachers to
continue doing their work the best way possible.
Alternatives to these courses:
Collect and read more books and magazines, view more videos,
use the Internet and your own computer more effectively,
exchange more information with others (for free; read:
Free-PC-Info copyright, like the gnu license Thilo mentioned)
Start regular local meetings of folks interested in permaculture
and keep them going; have events, bring in guest speakers,
have workshops, visit local farms round-robin-style and brainstorm
PC solutions for the hosts.
Bring in mainstream PC teachers and pay the price for the course.
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