> Permaculture is most noted as being a
> system designed to sell very-high-priced seminars on how to permaculture. Each
> owner of a permaculture course graduatation certificate becomes a new sales
> pitchman for permaculture without necessarily ever having sold one tomato ever
> to anyone. Agriculture is more than private home subsistance gardening.
> is the feeding of the population who is not farmer/gardeners. Permaculture has
> no contributions to agriculture which did not already previously exist in
> the public
> domain, and which already public property did not require expensive seminars
> cutesy name to use.
> Signed by Lion Kuntz
Dear Lion, the above could not be farther from the truth. Indeed,
Permaculture (and yes I am one who holds a design certificate as well as a
graduate certificate from the Permaculture Institute) is the basis for your
so-called micro-farming scheme. The difference is, that there are tens of
thousands of permaculture practitioners around the world, and so far as I
can tell, based on your bashing of everyone else, you are the only
micro-farmer. That alone speaks volumes as to which system is most
sustainable thereby most attractive to small-scale agriculturists.
Your tirades are becoming a bit tiring. We are all willing to learn, but
your message is getting lost in your spew.
With all due respect,
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