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At 3:21pm on July 17, 2009, M.R. Bauermeister said…
Hi, Cornelia. I've been working in Oakland on a local food initiative over the past year to help low income residents gain access to healthy, affordable food in the Bay Area. Food and social/environmental justice are a few of my passions:)
At 7:46pm on August 6, 2009, Mike Kotyk said…
Thanks for adding me!
At 3:54pm on August 7, 2009, Rebecca Winters said…
Thanks so much for your interest. At the moment I am reworking my blog, but for the time being you can check out my projects & musings
here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/butterandoil/sets/
and here:
http://twitter.com/butterandoil

thx again-
-becca
At 2:37pm on August 21, 2009, Herbwifemama said…
Thanks for your welcome! I'd love to blog about the massage oil, but I don't know how to start a blog here yet.
At 3:51pm on August 26, 2009, caton mew said…
Cornelia, you're awesome. You might or might not know that already, but you totally are and I wanted to tell you so. Also, your "latest greatest meal" sounds amaazing. =p
At 2:36pm on September 1, 2009, Liz said…
Thanks.
At 5:20pm on September 16, 2009, Stephanie Jansing said…
I will be attending the Urban County Fair. I'll be working with Earthdance that weekend!
At 5:04pm on September 23, 2009, Becca Harris said…
Baby carrier stuff is here: http://annabearbabyware.com

And my garden stuff is here: http://bekajoi.livejournal.com :)
At 4:12pm on October 14, 2009, Will Reid said…
Thanks for the welcome,Looking forward to learning from everyone

Will
At 1:03pm on October 16, 2009, Aliza Ess said…
Thanks for the tip! I'm off to check out that acorn shelling tutorial.
At 3:54pm on October 16, 2009, Jessica Jarvis said…
Thanks for the sweet email! and I'm glad you're planning on toasting me with a pork loin. sexay. I'm learning how to drive this tractor you call a website (lots of levers and gears) but I look forward to writing, commenting, sharing! Glad to hear you're recovering from the event weekend!
At 6:11pm on October 16, 2009, Helen Heil said…
Thanks for the "heads-up about Sonny the spammer! This is too good a resource to have to deal with that kind of stuff.
At 9:59am on November 4, 2009, Seamus O'Conner said…
Hi. Thanks for the comment. What is Clementine in the Kitchen about? Have your read the Devil in the Kitchen by Marco Pierre White. Great story.
At 3:15pm on November 12, 2009, Heather Flansworth said…
Am I a super melvin for being so excited about all of this? a) You totally don't sound like a douchebag. I could actually really use the help! I tried to do an RSS feed but it kept saying that a problem occurred trying to retrieve it. I did the whole feedburner thing and I think it said that the feed is valid but has a bunch of kinks in it from the excessive you tube clips of spaghetti cat and TI that I include in my posts (among other things, probably, but I got super perplexed by all of the computer language). Do you know how I would fix this?

b) I'm so excited to read through your blog and the links and stuff you've put up! I'm such a novice at all of this, and of my friends I'm the most urban homesteadery, so this is such a good resource!

Thanks for everything,
Heather
At 3:09pm on November 16, 2009, Jessica White said…
sure! thanks
At 8:43am on November 24, 2009, Torry said…
Got back from this year's first hunting trip to find your package shipped! Awesome, love my "turnips" too!
At 8:39pm on December 1, 2009, Signe Porteshawver said…
No I didn't, I took it from the Greenhorns. They sell stickers with a bunch of great quotes like that one. I think my favorite is "Plant the seeds of your own revolution."

www.thegreenhorns.net
At 5:54pm on December 3, 2009, Robin Page said…
Hi Cornelia, thanks for the welcome and for the great tip! Per your suggestion, I just joined the St. Louis HomeGrowners group!
At 10:49am on January 21, 2010, Carrie Seal-Stahl said…
That MI Coop link looks great, however, I live on the other side of the state from them :( GR is about 3.5 hrs from here, my cousins live there!

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