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Mona Lewis left a comment for Cliff Davis
"Hi Cliff, It sounds like a great move for your family. How wonderful. I would love to come to Tennessee someday and see what people are doing there. I just talked to Bill today and he mentioned how you met. We will be in Pensacola to visit my son in…"
May 27, 2010
Cliff Davis left a comment for Mona Lewis
"Hi there, We now have a farm in Tennessee. There is not too much going on the Gulf Coast. There is middle earth north of Mobile. Not sure if they have a website but they do have an incredible site. It is good to hear that you are still on the permie…"
May 26, 2010
Mona Lewis left a comment for Cliff Davis
"Hi Cliff, I just joined and wanted to say "Hello". My husband David and I will be visiting Pensacola the end of Oct. and beginning of Nov.... I would love to know more about what you are doing with Permaculture. I recieved my certification…"
May 26, 2010
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Mar 18, 2010

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Name or Alias:
Cliff
Where do you Reside?
Earth
Age:
38
Astrological Signatures:
pisces sun, leo moon, taurus rising
Interests, Passions, Areas of Focus:
Permaculture Design, Natural building, sacred plant medicine, permaculture nursery development, chickens, geese, permaculture education, qi gong, reggae, off grid living
Occupation, Affiliated Organization:
Permaculture Designer,Educator,consultant
Spiral Ridge Permaculture Gardens and Nursery
The ecological artisans
The Ecovillage training center
The farm school
Here For:
Networking with like minded people who can share knowledge, heart and positivity. To connect with people and their projects.

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At 12:31pm on May 27, 2010, Mona Lewis said…
Hi Cliff,
It sounds like a great move for your family. How wonderful. I would love to come to Tennessee someday and see what people are doing there.
I just talked to Bill today and he mentioned how you met.
We will be in Pensacola to visit my son in the military there. Any reccommendations on what to see there at the end of Oct beginning of Nov?
Take Care Cliff,
Mona
At 9:56am on May 26, 2010, Mona Lewis said…
Hi Cliff,
I just joined and wanted to say "Hello".
My husband David and I will be visiting Pensacola the end of Oct. and beginning of Nov.... I would love to know more about what you are doing with Permaculture.
I recieved my certification through Midwest Permaculture and will go to Canada this summer for another certification.
I am looking forward to speaking with you further!
Take Care,
Mona
 
 
 


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Permaculture is a holistic design philosophy and the art and science of creating community eco-systems in which plants, animals, human beings, and all forms of ecological diversity interact to produce a prolific, ecologically-sound, and regenerative system that can support itself and life indefinitely. The focus of permaculture is to design and establish societal systems that provide for humanity’s material and non-material needs such as food, water, shelter, energy, and health in a way that is symbiotic and synergistic with the Earth’s natural ecosystems. More recently permaculture is incorporating an ever-growing landscape of diverse fields and skill sets and is being applied towards areas such as business, government, economics, group process, social systems, inner work, and spiritual practice.

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