- Feb 2, 2009Thanks to all for replies. Your suggestions are well taken.
I believe that talks at libraries or community
centers may be a good place to start. I would like to challenge all to
try some out reach to your local communities. We can't change the
world all at once but we can all do our part a piece at a time. Where
I live is quite rural but there is a strong movement among the local
farmers and the community to connect and establish food supply
networks. As money becomes less available people can grow more food
both for personal consumption and for barter. Natural
Farming/Gardening can play an important role in producing low
input/high yield crops.
Thanks, Steve G
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