[permaculture] geezzz...lions in Highland Park, IL?

Lawrence F. London, Jr. lfl at intrex.net
Fri Aug 19 00:22:23 EDT 2005


LANT wrote:
> Reading and communicating with this group is like going back to a CompuServe bulletin board days...takes me back to the early eighties and DOS and HTML sites at the U of IL...

DOS 3,4,5,6,  RA + FD + Tosscan, FidoNet, SUST_AG echo, netmail, dialup 
BBS's ----> Internet, FTP, Gopher, email, newsgroups....  those were the 
days.

> Anyway....regarding Lions and Tigers and Bears..oh my...
> 
> If they eat Purple Loosestrife...bring 'em on...
> 
> Seriously...are there any live Permaculture groups active in Zone 3??? I can't get away from my garden center to visit NM....it would seem everything is happening in NM, CA and Australia...

>  I lived a permaculture life in zone 7, 10 years ago.......but have been in Northern Wisconsin for 4 and can't find anything relating to colder climates....I'm managing in my little micro-climate...but would love to bring "the WORD" to this area.....

I am in Zone 7, Central Piedmont NC.


> YEP...it's one thing when your in a climate where you can grow all year long...but what about when you have less than 2 months of growing season...

Use season extending techniques, row covers, greenhouses - see Eliot 
Coleman's New Organic Grower.





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