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Permaculture (fwd)

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From: Tim Wardell <twardell@non-profits.org>
Newsgroups: alt.sustainable.agriculture
Subject: Permaculture
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 12:40:39 -0600
Organization: Volunteer Center of Dallas County
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A few questions regarding permaculutre:
1) Does anyone have experience with (or would you recommend) a
permaculture design course? 
2) What professional opportunities exist for permaculture designers?
3) What types of college degree / fields of study are most appropriate
for someone considering this field?

I'm interested in hearing from anyone actively working on permaculture,
sustainable communites, eco-villages or related topics. Please email me
at the address below. Thanks for your time. ;-)
Tim Wardell, Volunteer Center of Dallas
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