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Homegrown Evolution replied to HOMEGROWN.org's discussion 'Beekeeping 101 (The First Year)'
"Thanks for mentioning the Backwards Beekeepers!"
Feb 11, 2011
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"Just purchased your book along with Scott Kellogg's "Toolbox for Sustainable City Living." As a resident of Baltimore City, they're right down my alley! Can't wait to read."
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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Dirt Under My Fingernails City Slicker
A bit about me:
We are the authors of The Urban Homestead and run the blog homegrownevolution.com. We live in a small bungalow in Los Angeles with a dog and four hens.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Anything from the garden.
Currently reading:
Practical Science for Gardeners
Currently listening to:
I See Hawks in LA
My latest DIY project:
drip irrigation
Web site I recommend:
http://www.homegrownevolution.com

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Saturday Tweets: Bikes, Sacred Lands and Watering Paradise

How the Dutch changed their cycling culture – started with a ’70′s “mass die-in” outside #Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. pic.twitter.com/dvatSeBIt0 — Brent Toderian (@BrentToderian) November 18, 2014 Happy to see this sort of story at the local news level: Don’t rake your leaves, scientists say http://t.co/NTu6q3bUQ7 via @KING5Seattle — Root Simple (@rootsimple) November 21, 2014 You can […]

025 Bees and Home Ec Disasters

Of the 25 podcasts we’ve produced, this may have been the most difficult to put together. I don’t think most people know how contentious beekeeping practices are. There’s a sharp divide between natural/non-interventionist approaches and conventional beekeeping. I’m on the natural side, but I hope I was fair in my description of the California Beekeeper’s […]

Behold the Ant Lion

Speaking of astonishment, I learned something new last weekend, and I love learning new things, especially things which remind me of how strange and wonderful the world is. Have you ever heard of an ant lion or antlion? I was out tracking with the lovely Channel Islands Tracking Team (if you live near Ventura, CA […]

Three lessons about life

I’m home with a cold while Erik is off getting himself all worked into a tizzy at the state beekeeping convention. In my couch-potato-ing, I ran across this delicate piece of wisdom while watching a video of a lecture by Matthew Fox. During the lecture, he tells the story of how he saw the poet […]

The Best Tweet Ever

The next renaissance of human culture will be the reconstruction of our natural world in our cities. Plants will be at the center of it all. — Thomas Rainer (@ThomasRainerDC) November 17, 2014 In addition to being a talented landscape architect and blogger Thomas Rainer has delivered the most important tweet of our generation.

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 4:12pm on September 30, 2008, Cornelia said…
An honor to have you - thanks for doing what you do!
At 10:22pm on October 20, 2008, I See Hawks In L.A. said…
Hey, thanks, we're thrilled! Great website!
At 9:49pm on October 29, 2008, Kelly Dukarski said…
Your site is really fantastic..like candy that I just can't get enough of. Look forward to learning more. Thanks!
At 10:35pm on October 29, 2008, Kelly Dukarski said…
Thanks! I was interested in your comment regarding bringing 4H to city kids. I have been thinking about doing something similar to that where inner city kids could come to the farm as part of a summer program. They could be part of the planting, harvesting and selling of veggies (learning life skills) in addition to feeding and caring for the animals. I have a friend who works with kids in East L.A. as part of an after school program and we are trying to incorporate the concept into a package that works here in MA. Big Plans!...maybe too big. And yes, hippie attire is mandatory
At 3:36pm on August 3, 2009, Aliza Ess said…
Just purchased your book along with Scott Kellogg's "Toolbox for Sustainable City Living." As a resident of Baltimore City, they're right down my alley! Can't wait to read.

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