Celebrate the culture of agriculture & share skills (Growing! Cooking! Eating!)

I added muscadine grapes to this Fall's project, and my fancy new camera is on the way (so excited).  Studying has been taking up most of my time lately.  I'm taking 18 hours this semester (five classes, two with labs).  Last week I attended a Bill McKibben lecture at UT, and I think that while the prospects for the planet look bleak, the permaculture movement is a major front in battling climate change, even if still below radar to most of the people in attendance at the lecture.  If anyone has experience with muscadines, I welcome advice.  Hopefully we'll get on this chicken coop project soon - it's been much busier lately than I anticipated.

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Comment by Jennifer on October 8, 2012 at 1:58pm

Hi, Laurie. Good to hear from you. I'll aim to post your muscadine question on HOMEGROWN's Facebook page sometime this week, and we'll see if we can't get some feedback. And, oof: Good luck with the heavy load this semester!


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