I'm in ABQ, too and a teacher. I teach middle school at a K-7 school in the North Valley where we have a gardening and handwork program (weaving, knitting, quilting, etc) and wonder if you would have any interest in sharing your…"
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I am retired teacher. Husband and I from farming families. He was raised on a truck farm(melon, cotton, onions main cash crops)here in NM. My mom's side of family dairy men from far northern Vermont. We have high raised beds veggie garden so I can garden from my wheelchair(para since '70). Dog lovers. pet types plus my service dog all family members. I follow Mary Jane Butters magazine etc.( Mary Jane's Farm). I quilt, knit, sew, make fringe for garments of various Buddhas(statues).
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
chunky pasta sauce using herbs, onions, peppers and variety of heritage tomatoes over cheese ravioli, green salad including beets from garden. Fruit from local CSA.
Omnivore's Dilemma, The First Annual Grande Prairie Rabbit Festival
I'm in ABQ, too and a teacher. I teach middle school at a K-7 school in the North Valley where we have a gardening and handwork program (weaving, knitting, quilting, etc) and wonder if you would have any interest in sharing your handwork talents with us. Thanks,
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