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PermieTour of Plainfield, VT

~ Yestermorrow PDC students explore the rich resources of the region ~ April 2009

John Wires' Edible Forest Garden which he established in 1973. Currently tended by Nicko Rubin, David Ludt & friends.

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left: John Wires
center: Nicko Rubin & Ed Lowe admiring the Hardy Kiwi (Acinidia kolomikta)
right: Andrew Faust identifying hazelnut.

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The Chestnuts-alive and well.

Erin & JIm Malloy's cob homestead built entirely (almost) without fossil fuels.

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