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  • Akbar Khan
    Hello Ruben: Try The WWOOF website at http://www.wwoof.org/ Good luck Akbar ... From: Ruben To: Sent:
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 16, 2005
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      Hello Ruben:
      Try The WWOOF website at
      http://www.wwoof.org/

      Good luck
      Akbar
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      From: "Ruben" <ruben@...>
      To: <fukuoka_farming@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2005 2:59 PM
      Subject: [fukuoka_farming] Places to work and learn...


      > Hi.
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      > New on this list I introduce myself:
      > I'm 20 years old, I'm actually living in France in a squatted place where
      > we try to develop an autonomous and ecological way of life, refusing
      > nuclear energy, city's water and setting up a little garden for our
      > needs.
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      > I'm interested by Fukuoka's natural farming and Mollison's permaculture,
      > and I've readen books related to this topics; I also like essays, in
      > particular about technician/industrial society.
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      >
      > I'll be leaving France bike riding during the next month to travel a bit
      > before find a place where I could stay and work on natural farming,
      > permaculture and non-industrial/alternatives technics.I want to travel in
      > a spirit of "voluntarian simplicity" taking few things and with few
      > money, to meet people and way of lifes, discover agropastoral societies,
      > learn things and technics, simply enjoy the life and the nature and so
      > on...
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      > I think I'll go east with my bike, hitch hicking or taking some trains
      > when tired; (East of Europe, Russia, Mongolia, China, Tibet, Nepal,
      > India..)
      > Then I would like to go to south of america, but I don't know yet if it
      > will be possible like I have a very little budget and like I don't want
      > to take the plane and working on ships for a place in it seems having
      > become hard.
      >
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      > So I have a question:
      > Does anybody here knows some places practicating natural farming (or
      > eventually with a designed permacultural approch) where I would be able
      > to stay some days, or eventually more, working in "exchange" for some
      > food and a place to sleep?
      > Like that I could meet people, learn, help and work; that is what I'm
      > looking for and I think it could be interesting for me and for people
      > accomodating me.
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      > So if somebody knows a person who could be interrested (maybe one of
      > you?), some places where it could be interresting to go, or anything
      > more, please tell me!
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      >
      > Sorry to ask ssth in my first post, and hoping that I'll be able to help
      > people here.
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      > Thanks and regards.
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      > Ruben
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