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  • Patrick Linder
  • Katherine Ransel
  • Theresa Edwards
  • Julianne
  • Keith Mastenbrook
  • Leo Brodie
  • Joann Kerr
  • Susan Gregory

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Virginia added a discussion to the group Permaculture Design

Farmer Phil's Permaculture PDF

Most permaculture books and material are geared toward adults with at least a basic knowledge of the design science. Children (and adults who don't understand) are under served in the permaculture world.  This book is a great way to introduce anyone whether a young child or adult to these concepts. It is the original and the only permaculture children’s storybook in existence.Here's a free pdf of the book:…See More
Jul 11, 2015
Virginia posted a discussion

Books about growing plants for sale

I have a dvd and three books about growing plants for sale.  If you would like them, please email me off list at More
Jun 9, 2013
Virginia commented on Susan Gregory's event Green Carols at Green Lake
"The info says to meet on the lake side of the community center and that we are first, but did not define what time "first" meant.  What time should I show up?"
Dec 7, 2011
Virginia joined Debra Morrison's group

Local Economy/ Local Currency

How does money work in our current dominator paradigm and how can we learn to use it to create a sustainable partnership community paradigm? Get together with others to educate ourselves and take action!See More
Aug 15, 2011
Virginia commented on Joann Kerr's group Emergency Prepare
"First, though, we need to get ourselves ready.  If we aren't personally prepared, we won't be able to help others.  For this purpose, I'm in the process of creating a "bug out" bag, a fully packed backpack to grab…"
Mar 19, 2011
Virginia joined Joann Kerr's group

Emergency Prepare

This guild will learn best practices for getting our community and our neighbors ready for any emergency. Will include collaboration with municipal agencies that have systems in place, such as Block Watch networks.
Mar 17, 2011
Virginia replied to Joann Kerr's discussion Ning
"Trying to find businesses to sponsor our Ning would be very time consuming. Our leaders already have enough to do. What about requesting $1 per person per meeting, and explaining why? I'd be quite happy to put in a dollar. Virginia"
Apr 24, 2010
Virginia joined Joann Kerr's group

Celebrate Community

Guild to organize community events involving the whole community and focusing on fun, sustainable living.See More
Mar 28, 2010

Virginia's Blog

One small step for sustainability . . .

My one small step for sustainability is that I shred as much paper as possible, more than is needed for confidentiality purposes, and put it in the yard waste container. I figure it takes fewer resources to compost paper than to recycle it.

What easy small step do you do?

Posted on August 9, 2009 at 9:00pm

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At 7:42am on December 11, 2008, Susan Gregory said…
Hi Virginia!

Welcome to the site, please let us know if there are any questions or issues that come up- we're all just learning how to use this thing. Susan

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