Feedback needed: a new list for a permaculture calendar & events announcements

J. Hobbs hobbsj at efn.org
Wed Jan 19 15:38:55 EST 2000


Marcus,
Thanks for all the referrals for calendar listings.  Would you kindly give
me more details how I access sanet-mg mailing list  as well as csa-l,
perma-l and Envirolink permaculture lists.  I'm new at all this and am
challenged with all the time it takes to make these connections.  Thanks
Jude

>> The best two places on the Web are this list and the sanet-mg mailing
>> list, especially the latter. Other important forums to post to would
>> include the csa-l, perma-l and Envirolink permaculture lists, the
>> alt.sustainable.agriculture, alt.permaculture, rec.gardens.edible and
>> own.eco.permaculture newsgroups and miscellaneous other lists and
>> newsgroups. It is possible to really get out if you can find enough
>> forums to crosspost to.
>
>Oi !!!!  Don't forget that www.permacult.com.au has facility to post
>upcoming courses info - the audience for that site is newbies to
>permaculture and organic growing (so we're not preaching to the
>converted) - just follow the links to the Q&A Forum
>
>AND - teachers get the opportunity to show their knowledge in the
>subject by answering newbies questions - what better way to
>promote their expertise in the subject!!!
>
>Marcus :)
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