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      James in NZ

      Yes Mary, I’ll be carrying stocks of both books to all the events – until they sell out :-) So you’ll be fine to get them at the Nelson event.

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      James in NZ

      Hi Diane, unfortunately this won’t work, because the Thames workshop is in hot demand, and if I sell anymore 1-day tickets for JM’s day on Saturday, it will limit the number of people who can book for and attend both days in Thames.

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      James in NZ

      Hi Birte, you can camp on site – or you might want to look up a local B&B or find a place through a site like Book a Bach. Please have a look at the Event Details page and maybe connect with others through the Facebook Group, listed on that page.

  1. Maud Schoenaker

    I might like to attend the Nelson Workshop on 9 Feb. Is it necessary to also come to the talk the night before? I am asking this because I don’t live in Nelson, but a two hourdrive away.

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      James in NZ

      No, it’s not necessary – it’s an introduction, although I should let you know that Jean-Martin Fortier is now going to be at the intro event, though he won’t be offering a workshop day.

  2. Maud Schoenaker

    I live in the Marlborough Sounds and have a rural plot.Some of it terrassed and used for growing veges. Would the urban aspect not be too important in the whole set=up? I wouldn’t mind paying money for the workshop, but I’d like to know if it would be applicable here in the Sounds. I live 1 hour 15 min. drive away from Blenheim and nearly 2 hours drive from Nelson. Thanks!

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      James in NZ

      Hello Maud – The relevance of the urban aspect is only relevant to marketing. Curtis sells to Restaurants, Farmers markets and CSA customers. So some of this is likely to still be relevant, and all the rest of the workshop will be relevant. I’m confident, especially based on the feedback from the participants in the Dunedin workshop, that you will get much more than the investment of $220 and the time to travel and attend. Feel free to call me if you have more questions – 021 252 0653

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