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This is a group for people who want to learn about, or share their experiences, solar and other alternative energy sources. Note that we have changed our name from The Solar Society to Solar Guild/Citizens for Solar.  These two non-profits are about

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Solar Society Members
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Join us as we explore our potential to learn, play and work together while practicing and educating one another about Permaculture design and it's applications in Northern Nevada. Check out our new public wiki "Permaculture Northern Nevada" and feel

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The goal is build a group of like minded people to share ideas, knowledge, and resources in order to work toward a more sustainable and self sufficient lifestyle, including organic gardening, water harvesting, canning, backyard chickens, bee keeping,

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Permies
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If you are interested in green building and using natural materials for either a shed, playhouse, pizza oven, maybe a wall, bench or anything you can imagine then this is going to be the group for you. You could either have the group help you build s

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Natural Builders
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Greywater Action- For a Sustainable Water Culture We are a collaborative group of educators, designers, builders, and artists who educate and empower people to build sustainable water culture and infrastructure. Our teaching tools include: -Hands-

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Greywater Designers
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This is the Texas Chapter of the American Bamboo Society. It is a membership group, however, we encourage volunteers and non members to join us every 3rd Saturday of the month, at Zilker Botanical Gardens, 2220 Barton Springs Rd. Austin, Texas, from

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Bambooseros
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Grow Water is an organization dedicated to providing household, community & regional solutions; in practice and policy; facilitating water-harvesting, greywater, conservation, food production and integrated design in the Sacramento region (and beyond

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Water Harvesters

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April 15, 2015

If you are interested in green building and using natural materials for either a shed, playhouse, pizza oven, maybe a wall, bench or anything you can imagine then this is going to be the group for you. You could either have the group help you build s

130
Natural Builders
March 18, 2015

Greywater Action- For a Sustainable Water Culture We are a collaborative group of educators, designers, builders, and artists who educate and empower people to build sustainable water culture and infrastructure. Our teaching tools include: -Hands-

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Greywater Designers
December 27, 2014

The goal is build a group of like minded people to share ideas, knowledge, and resources in order to work toward a more sustainable and self sufficient lifestyle, including organic gardening, water harvesting, canning, backyard chickens, bee keeping,

162
Permies
July 9, 2014

Grow Water is an organization dedicated to providing household, community & regional solutions; in practice and policy; facilitating water-harvesting, greywater, conservation, food production and integrated design in the Sacramento region (and beyond

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Water Harvesters
September 9, 2013

This is the Texas Chapter of the American Bamboo Society. It is a membership group, however, we encourage volunteers and non members to join us every 3rd Saturday of the month, at Zilker Botanical Gardens, 2220 Barton Springs Rd. Austin, Texas, from

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Bambooseros
February 12, 2010

Join us as we explore our potential to learn, play and work together while practicing and educating one another about Permaculture design and it's applications in Northern Nevada. Check out our new public wiki "Permaculture Northern Nevada" and feel

248
Members
March 10, 2008

This is a group for people who want to learn about, or share their experiences, solar and other alternative energy sources. Note that we have changed our name from The Solar Society to Solar Guild/Citizens for Solar.  These two non-profits are about

308
Solar Society Members
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