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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 6:50 pm 
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This is kind of special, took me ages to collect them all and I spent a lot of money on them over the years, but I'm de-cluttering so I'd like to give them to a group that might use them.


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Issue 1-123 of Earth Garden magazine.



Permaculture magazine (and then rename Permaculture International) editions 1-54

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Grass roots magazine editions 11 onwards, but a few editions missing, especially the early ones.

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I'm sure there's a group or club of some sort where the members would appreciate a collection like this, many hundreds of magazines with a few complete sets of early permaculture and organic/self sufficiency mags. Can anyone think of anything??? There are also heaps of other ones, Owner builder and renew, but they are no where near complete sets though.. Would prefer local around Perth somewhere if at all possible as it's quite a weight all up...

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 9:37 pm 
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Community Garden maybe?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2014 11:30 pm 
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Wow that's a lot of history there and a great collection, it must be hard to pass it on.

I initially thought of school or university but not sure if they would get the life they deserve. I like the community garden idea, a gardening group or green thumb convention.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 2:09 pm 
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Have written to these guys http://www.mcdougallfarmcg.org/ see how it goes, seems to be quite a few community farm/gardens around the place.

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Yeah find a passionate source - schools they would get lost over the years. But community gardens there are always keen people.
Sustainability network?
We have one in Yarragon VIC which is a CAFE/community garden so people are always in and out and there are lots of things on the shelf to read and be a part of. Its linked to our Baw Baw sustainability network.
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