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How does your garden grow?
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How does your garden grow? PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Masters   
Sunday, 25 March 2012 11:32

With passion and desire to live more sustainably, the eagerness to learn, and the shared dream of knowing there's a better future for everyone.  This is what brought a small group of passionate individuals together to discuss how we could achieve these mutual goals.

Our parents and grandparents worked hard to put food on the table, they knew where their food came from and most kept gardens of their own.  Somewhere along the line, many of us have lost that connection, but deep down inside we all secretly thirst to feel and taste that connection again.

Last night, as a small group of peers, we agreed to work together to share our skills and develop a garden at LUNA where we can all share in the bounty.  This to me feels like community at it's finest.  The thought of spending evenings in our small yurt kitchen as a group, sipping wine while washing and canning veggies is hugly attractive to me.  I'm excited to see how together we can grow while we share the hopes of having animals and vegetable gardens for all to enjoy.  2012 is going to be a great year to see how our garden will grow.

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 25 March 2012 12:27
 

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# Jan 2012-03-28 15:02 Great idea and so worth doing it when harvest time is there! Quote
 
 
# Claire Cote 2012-04-02 03:41 If still planning your garden, consider using the Square-Foot design approach-see www.squarefootgardening.org

Uses space more efficiently for less work & better results.

Would work ideally for your location as long as you have flat ground.

We've experimented with it on a farm property and it worked quite well, and even adapted it for a novel approach which we hope to market soon.

If you'd like some pointers let me know. We can drive down for some one-on-one tips- I'll bring the tea.
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