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Started this discussion. Last reply by Josef Davies-Coates Oct 31, 2008.

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What's the coolest thing you've ever seen?
a Tuareg music festival deep into in the dunes of the sahara desert
What's the coolest thing you've ever dreamed?
The other night I dreampt that Obama was my brother and we were laughing behind the scenes of election from all the mayhem and I gave him a turban as a gift and he thought it was the funniest thing ever- not the turban, but just the whole scene of me giving him a turban in light of the world and election context. Then we put on long blue robes with hoods and went out through the crowds pretending to be whirling dervishes.
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I'm 32 yrs old, living in South Carolina near the coast in the USA, working on creating a life thats meaningful to me.
What I'm contributing to humanity and the planet
Tell us about your project/s (please include project URLs)
This project was started under the premise that if everybody in the world had a small food garden the worlds problems would be reduced to somewhere close to 0.

The aim is to show the world garden movement on one map, provide a free infrastructure for gardeners to connect with each other, and help new gardeners get started gardening.

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At 9:14pm on October 14, 2008, Vinay Gupta said…
I love World Food Garden. Great site, and I'm really glad you're here.

At 9:15pm on October 14, 2008, Vinay Gupta said…
We've been working on a lot of parallel stuff, largely under the title "Emergency Permaculture" which comes from my own "disaster orientation" - hoping to get fast-start agriculture in places like refugee camps etc. The "speed" angle of a lot of the discussion we've had here so far is kind of a distraction and I hope you'll add some balance here.
At 5:19am on October 15, 2008, Vinay Gupta said…
Yes, but it is going to depend a lot on materials. You'll want it insulating and resistant to steam. I think your choices are well-waterproofed wood products, perhaps plywood, or something less natural, maybe a plastic honeycomb or other structural insulated panel.

What are people usually building sweat lodges out of these days?!
At 3:00pm on October 17, 2008, Vinay Gupta said…
If you can get a plastic sweat lodge by your nature fiend friends, I think it is *totally* the way to do this :-)

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