[permaculture] Permaculture Sites- Always best to call first

David Glober david.glober at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 8 16:34:56 EDT 2008

Yep - they're not drop-in vacation villas - farm work involves hands-on activities - and thinking and planning - and part of why people live in these settings is to be able to be close to nature and not just have people in their heads and faces - even the places where they try to accommodate dropping in - would probably prefer advance notice, and coming over when they're ready to meet and greet.

David Glober ~ San Francisco

Recent Permaculture Design Cert Grad

david.glober at yahoo.com


--- On Sun, 6/8/08, Jody Troupe <jodyt2 at mac.com> wrote:
I appreciate seeing everyone's response to my comment about calling  
ahead. Not living on a farm, (but being interested in them) didn't  
give me the insight into recognizing how much of an interruption  
random visits can be. Since we've visited a few places now, we 'get

Its a courtesy thing that isn't really talked about, so it escaped our  
awareness until we actually made the mistakes ourselves. And there are  
those farms that accept passers-by that help confuse the issue. (i.e.  
We just toured a place in France 2 months ago that charged a measly 2  
euros for a tour, and they didn't even charge for the tour if you  
actually bought some of their produce. We would have happily paid the  


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