Comments on: The Permaculture of Domesticity Part II - Practice http://sharonastyk.com/2006/08/20/the-permaculture-of-domesticity-part-ii-practice/ Sharon Astyk's Ruminations on an Ambiguous Future Wed, 18 Mar 2009 08:48:58 +0000 #?v=2.3.2 By: Ian Graham http://sharonastyk.com/2006/08/20/the-permaculture-of-domesticity-part-ii-practice/#comment-322 Ian Graham Fri, 15 Sep 2006 18:53:00 +0000 http://sharonastyk.com/2006/08/20/the-permaculture-of-domesticity-part-ii-practice/#comment-322 this, from a guy, the sort who might like ASPO conferences!<br/>Am going to the Community Solution conference in a week, Sharon, hope to see you there. Also, I hope you will have pics or better, videocams of your setups and procedures of Permaculture domesticity, really, we guys need a picture to get the picture!<br/>Ian in Burlington ON this, from a guy, the sort who might like ASPO conferences!
Am going to the Community Solution conference in a week, Sharon, hope to see you there. Also, I hope you will have pics or better, videocams of your setups and procedures of Permaculture domesticity, really, we guys need a picture to get the picture!
Ian in Burlington ON

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By: Deb http://sharonastyk.com/2006/08/20/the-permaculture-of-domesticity-part-ii-practice/#comment-321 Deb Fri, 08 Sep 2006 16:52:00 +0000 http://sharonastyk.com/2006/08/20/the-permaculture-of-domesticity-part-ii-practice/#comment-321 Sharon, this is so thoughtful, beautifully written, and practical. I'm in the process of re-evaluating domestic chores, trying to fit them in with working full time, gardening, and animal care. And building a house, which will make things so much easier when it is closed in and livable (noticed I didn't say "finished". A house is never "finished"!) <br/><br/>I'm a firm believer of #12 myself. :)<br/>Cheers, Deb (flutemandolin from Homesteading Today) Sharon, this is so thoughtful, beautifully written, and practical. I’m in the process of re-evaluating domestic chores, trying to fit them in with working full time, gardening, and animal care. And building a house, which will make things so much easier when it is closed in and livable (noticed I didn’t say “finished”. A house is never “finished”!)

I’m a firm believer of #12 myself. :)
Cheers, Deb (flutemandolin from Homesteading Today)

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By: Nickie http://sharonastyk.com/2006/08/20/the-permaculture-of-domesticity-part-ii-practice/#comment-320 Nickie Thu, 31 Aug 2006 04:50:00 +0000 http://sharonastyk.com/2006/08/20/the-permaculture-of-domesticity-part-ii-practice/#comment-320 Thank you so much Sharon...absolutely wonderful information, both theory and practice...all beautifully written and well said. I check in weekly for your words and stories...keep up the very good work of this special blog. Thank you so much Sharon…absolutely wonderful information, both theory and practice…all beautifully written and well said. I check in weekly for your words and stories…keep up the very good work of this special blog.

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