I like unusual plants. I'm sure everyone here knows that by now. 😆 This online seed store (update... I'm not sure how legitimate the site is, but it's fun to look through) got me to thinking of themed gardens (edible/decorative/mixed). I know some people have done animal themed (elephant ears, etc.) or color themed…
It feels so good to give back!
Back in August, I wrote a post about being involved in a program called Resilient Communities. From April- October, we would meet up once per month & discuss different strategies pertaining to a set topic for the month. The 6 topics were, Fire, Water, Economy, Energy, Food & Health. We used strategic questioning as our way…
About to embark on a fulfilling journey.
I’m so grateful to have found TGN a few years ago & love being involved in this global community. Now that I’m retired, I’m looking at other ways to give back to my local community. Last year I signed up for an email, that keeps interested people informed about what’s going on in my area re the environment/food production…
The art of giving
My mother has had to change her diet and there are many thing she just plainly will not longer eat. So, I had a lot of food in my panty that had to go. I could give it to a local pantry but often times those who need it do not go to a panty. So I called my one friend and while talking to her told her I had to move food my…
Hyperinflation in Romania
If you remember @Marjory Wildcraft 's interview with Lynette Zang, here is one that Lynette did with Arpad (Star Pad Academy) regarding his family's life during the hyperinflation there. The term community comes up a lot. It's an interesting listen.