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RE: Snow, horse stables and a long shutter speed

in #horses3 years ago

Hey, new permaculturists! Welcome!

I'm Nate, I like greeting and supporting new permies here on steem with a few pointers.

A few like minded folks that you'll enjoy:

@riverflows, @sagescrub, @mountainjewel, @walkerland, @papa-pepper, @elfmyselfandi, @goldenoakfarm, @rawutah, @vanessamidwife, @belleamie, @digitaldan, @porters, @bghandmade, @makinstuff, and many many more that you'll meet through them. There's a bunch of us here, and we're still pretty active on steem, despite the bull market. We're committed to this place. This community is the best on the chain, though I may be biased.

We've got the recent addition of Homesteaders Co-op, built by @sagescrub. It is an open marketplace for sustainable permaculture goods, with vendors around the world and a really broad selection. And it's only a couple months old! Check the HUGE contest we've got going! It is a great opportunity for folks that are new to steem :)

We have @naturalmedicine, built by @riverflows as a place for folks of all walks to gather and share information on any natural healing techniques from herbs to yoga to my personal favorite: coffee and naps. Come on over to our discord server for free access to a huge archive of information on natural healing.

Our other awesome community server is the Global Homesteading Collective, @ghscollective. A growing community for people of similar mind to yourself.

Tips for interfacing with steem:

  1. Get discord. A lot of people use it because it is an easy messaging app for both mobile and desktop. As I pointed out, many steem communities rally in discord servers for a central communication point.
  2. Use @ginabot in discord to get very customizable message notifications for your steem account. (I found you today because Gina told me there was a post with the #permaculture tag.)
  3. Use SteeemPeak instead of Steemit. The interface is much more user friendly and way smoother. I don't think you'll find many that disagree.

As others come to say hi, you'll no doubt be welcomed into our communities. We hope you'll stick around and not become just another inactive account. We'd love to get to know, support, and learn from you, so post often!

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Coffee and naps! Like yin and yang. Essential polarities.

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