A call to Permaculturists and people working to localize food production.

If you follow our Podcast you have noticed that one of the things we love to do is highlight the people who are already doing a lot of the work around the Midwest improving food security, organics, localizing food production and conducting Permaculture activities in general.

Well, we have wrapped up our spring schedule and now it is (past) time for me to book interviews and cohosts for the summer months.

In that vein, over the next week or two we will be sending out email invitations to various people and organizations that have caught our eye with the awesome work they are doing. Hopefully we have noticed all of you and will get one out to you STAT!

Since you are realists, you know that between expanding the website to include the podcast (man that thing is a lot of work), working my day gig, dealing with family and getting out there and physically working on projects around the great city of Indianapolis; I might have somehow missed one or two of the most awesome and productive groups out there.

So here is what I am going to do. This one time only I will admit my possible fallibility and ask that you help me out with some correction. If you notice anyone that I have not interviewed that you think I should, send me an email at info@diyfoodsupply.com and tell me about them. Contact info would be very helpful. Alternatively, you could tell them about us and how to get ahold of us and then they could get to enjoy the site as much as you do on top of getting talked about on the internet (in a good way unless they think atrazine is a useful solution, then I will be mean).

In short I am asking that you guys help make the connections that make this website useful and relevant, so that our work can get the exposure it needs to continue to grow.

Thanks and have a great day.

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