[permaculture] traveling

Treesa Jane Rogerson treemail at cruzio.com
Wed Mar 19 22:50:15 EST 2003


Given the state of it all, I am still planning on traveling much of Europe and Asia this summer, starting from Germany and Czech Republic.  This will be an open-ended trip depending on what I find, and cash I have.  It can be many months.

I wish to stay with people and help them on their projects, land, etc., like WWOOF.  I would like to spend time in Asia as well-- Thailand, Vietnam, where the WWOOF is not available (to my knowledge).

If anyone has any friends, people on projects I can plug in on, ideas, please write back.  I arrive in Europe in the beginning of August. 

Thank you.

Treesa



Treesa Rogerson, M.A.

Lands Alive : Ecology By Design

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  Subject: [permaculture] Creating A Life Together


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