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10175Re: [fukuoka_farming] Interning at a Fukuoka style Farm

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  • Douglas
    Nov 8 9:27 PM
      That is what I am doing now and that is the way of the least resistance.One must already be crazy enough to try to implement natural farming techniques on a conservative community garden complex (weeds are evil!).Let alone move to another place in the world to set up a unique way of living.
      It is either that or the loony bin...
      --- On Sun, 11/8/09, david.keltie@... <david.keltie@...> wrote:

      From: david.keltie@... <david.keltie@...>
      Subject: Re: [fukuoka_farming] Interning at a Fukuoka style Farm
      To: fukuoka_farming@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Sunday, November 8, 2009, 12:36 PM
















       









      My best advice: stay at home - cultivate a garden.

      Cheers, david



      On 11/8/09, Douglas <dougxmail@yahoo. com> wrote:

      > | If anyone is interested in hosting up-and-coming farmers or knows of any

      > farms I'd really appreciate the contact. |

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      > Me too! Planning on a world ticket apprentice/voluntee r experience trip from

      > Amsterdam or London to New Zealand or Australia, Hawaii, New Mexico

      > (Earthship), Costa Rica and/or Columbia to end in Bahia Brazil.After my trip

      > I want to build my own little natural farming farm mixed with Earthship and

      > permaculture elements in South America (Brazil for now, may change) designed

      > for a diet of fruits, nuts, seeds, herbs and vegetables, hardly no animals

      > (maybe bees and a duck or so) and grains used.Trip now foreseen for early

      > 2011 (2010 must be a major saving year).All tips and suggestions

      > appreciated. Thanks,

      > Douglas

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      > --- On Sun, 11/8/09, byelukha47 <l.d.galati@gmail. com> wrote:

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      > From: byelukha47 <l.d.galati@gmail. com>

      > Subject: [fukuoka_farming] Interning at a Fukuoka style Farm

      > To: fukuoka_farming@ yahoogroups. com

      > Date: Sunday, November 8, 2009, 10:13 AM

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      > Hello All,

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      > I am currently interning at an organic farm in Hawaii. They have just been

      > turned on to natural farming and in fact many of the owners are attending a

      > natural farming workshop today! I just came across this forum last night.

      > My time here is coming to a close in Hawaii and I've been researching farm

      > on the mainland to work with in 2010 and I'd be very interested in working

      > on a farm that follows Fukuoka's philosophy. My goal someday is to start a

      > sustainable farm of my own.

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      > If anyone is interested in hosting up-and-coming farmers or knows of any

      > farms I'd really appreciate the contact.

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      > Thank you! I look forward to my future discussion on this forum.

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