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Jim Juczak, ANCA, Woodhenge New York
"Energy and raw materials: where will we be in a millennia or two?"
Mr. Juczak is planning to expand the number of workshops he hosts at his property in Adams to a dozen a year. Topics include how to make a wind turbine, how to grow and preserve your own food, and how to build a home for $20,000 or less, among others.
"I like to pass on the message that you can live a bit simpler."
The debt-driven, energy-intensive American lifestyle is not only harmful to the environment; it's also getting more difficult to achieve as oil and other fossil fuels become more expensive, she said. A more self-sufficient and less acquisitive lifestyle can be a rewarding alternative.
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