David Rose AKA Farmer Dave
P.O. Box 1001, Hayfork, CA 96041
Your work is more than outstanding, and it is good to land on your reference via Kitchen Gardner. With your permission, your work can be featured on "ABC4All GlobiVersity:" http://abc4all.net/abc4allgv.html
Am sharing your info with ABC4All consultant who deals with preparedness, organic gardening via Mittleider Method and ABC4All e-Commerce, Steve Mistretta:
Steve Mistretta, ABC4All eCommerce Consultant
It is of great interest to share with you as well ABC4All WorldSolutions™ given that advanced technologies are permitting growing superior crops/yields in any soil in the world including deserts with 50% less water: http://abc4all.net/worldsolutions.htm
Regarding from garden to school theme: http://www.holisticjunction.com/displaypoem.cfm?ID=3611 Reproduced here with updated links:
by Burton Danet, Ph.D., ABC4All
Our children are at stake,
Yes, it's the nutrition, but think also
The author is Co-Founder, A Better Community For All (ABC4All) and Collaborator, Community Health, Exercise and Nutrition for All (CHEN4All) with Huck-Fin Environmental Education (HFEE).
Preamble. Huck-Fin Environmental Education (HFEE) and A Better Community For All (ABC4All) are combining resources to create both a call to action to communities everywhere and to ...
[All work by author is copyright protected. If you would like to use this poem, please contact the author for permission.]
The Foundation For A Better Community For All (FABC) working together with the
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DATE for the 24-hour KICKOFF! ABC4All is releasing MANDATED ACTION for What The World Needs Now: The FOREVER Campaign for Global Humanitarian Relief (FCGHR) - April 27, 2011 GHRD #362! Brought to you by Amigos Sin Barreras / Friends without Barriers
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where 1000 people a day are dying from the cholera epidemic predicted to last 20 years.
On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 3:57 AM, Kitchen Gardeners International <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear Kitchen Gardener,
Apparently KGI's entire team of link-checking monkees must have all taken a banana break at the same time as a bad link slipped its way into this month's newsletter. You can find the corrected link for the very educational School Garden Checklist here:
While I have your attention, I'd also like to direct it to a few stories you might have missed. We had so many wonderful contributions to this month's topic on youth gardens that I wasn't able to fit everything into the 10-story "featured" section. Please check out Kate "the Vegetable Vagabond" Flint's (Australia) and Farmer Dave's (CA, USA) posts here:
I also want to welcome a couple of first-time website contributors, Bill Brikiatis and David Buchanan, who've written some helpful pieces on seed starting, winter growing and cider-making:
If you're interested in contributing something for next month's newsletter, I'll do my best to fit it in. The past two newsletters have had cross-cutting themes: seeds and school gardens. For the March newsletter, we'll go back to our "potluck" format where anyone can bring whatever she or he wants to the KGI table for sharing. Feel free to write about yourself, your garden, your plans for this season, an inspiring garden story, a recipe, a tip or tutorial you'd like to share with others. We're not at a stage where we have strict editorial guidelines but I can give you a few pointers about how to get your story featured:
1) Include a nice photo.
2) Make it interesting and informative.
3) If you're a garden blogger, don't load your piece up with links to your own site or blog. Mention your site once or twice at the most and those who are interested will visit it.
4) International or internationally-minded posts will receive priority as we have fewer of them.
Thanks for your attention and support. Here's to creating more links between gardeners the world over...working links, that is!
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