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At 4:03pm on March 26, 2010, Cat Buxton said…
Hi Cornelia, Thanks for the welcome! May all have the best growing season ever! Cat
At 12:06pm on March 26, 2010, Kate Gatski said…
Thank you so much for the wonderful blog post!! We really appreciate it. We're looking forward to staying involved with homegrown.org!
At 3:05pm on March 9, 2010, Lindsay Hoffman said…
Hi Cornelia! Thanks for the welcome - this site is amazing. I've got two little kids and they've inspired me to look differently at the world. So, we're taking steps together to live better! We've got a huge backyard garden - this will be our fourth year with it. We're learning by trial and error and with research - which is how I came across the site to begin with!
At 2:13pm on February 26, 2010, Stacey said…
Thanks Cornelia. I was a little confused at first and thought I "tweeted" it, but then didn't see it right away, so that's when I created the blog post. I was trying to figure out which was which and how they showed up, so I appreciate you letting me know!

I am LOVING the site! I was actually thinking of creating a blog about my new garden when I realized I can do that all here on this site, and I can network with like-minded folks as well!!
At 6:31pm on February 24, 2010, Amber Prentice said…
Thanks, that picture is from when I was working in Afghanistan last year. I am looking forward to seeing what this is all about!
At 12:06pm on February 24, 2010, Erika Beqaj said…
thank you.....looking forward to great exchanges........am gonna check out your orientation page....ttyl, Erika
At 2:22pm on February 23, 2010, Katherine said…
I sent my seed swap partner a message on the 19th (day of the assigned partners) and didn't get a response. She has another partner now and I don't need/want another partner. Thanks for ur help
At 5:42pm on February 22, 2010, Karen Keb said…
Yes, isn't it ironic that I've joined yet another social networking site! Thanks for your nice words, and I really love this community. So glad we found it!
At 5:03pm on February 22, 2010, Notorious Liz said…
always good to meet another food + music junkie. :)
At 4:18pm on February 22, 2010, Hank Will said…
Hey Cornelia, thanks for the welcome, I appreciate it.

I do have some pics of my chicken coops and the like, but i haven't entirely mastered this place. I've blogged about chickens quite a bit here though: http://www.grit.com/blogs/blog.aspx?blogid=184

I hope it's OK to post that link since it is at the place where I work. But I will try to post some pics and other poultry stuff here soon. I might post some Mulefoot hog stuff too.

Thanks again.
Hank
At 1:44pm on February 13, 2010, Janie Lynch said…
Hi Cornelia! Thanks for the welcome note. Yes, I will start posting some yumtastic raw food (& easy!) recipes that you will not be intimidated by! I'm not totally raw right now but as the weather warms up I tend to jump back into it full force. I am really looking forward to learning and contributing on Homegrown! :) -Janie
At 3:00am on February 10, 2010, M.R. Bauermeister said…
Thanks. I do rely on ACGA for a lot of my inquiries. I was just wondering if anyone out there may have info on their local policies. For instance, how does your community/city government approach community gardens?
At 3:26pm on February 8, 2010, peggy robinson said…
Hi Cornelia!!!
I think you remember me talking about EM - Effective Micro-organisms. I also mentioned using Bokashi in the compost to ferment it. Here is a web-site...
http://www.cityfarmer.org/bokashi.html
There are lots of different sites. Bokashi has EM in it and that is what drives it. I am still reading 2 books - An Earth Saving RevolutionI and II by Teruo Higa.
At 6:03pm on February 2, 2010, Louise ann Lehtonen said…
Thanks Cornelia
I will try that when I get a moment. I am already in touch with a member from Rockhampton, Australia, so all is good.
Thanks again
Lou
At 6:37pm on January 29, 2010, Rosalee Littrell said…
Hi Cornelia, I wanted to thank you for your welcome at the beginning of Jan. I have become more familiar with the groups and have joined the S.F. group. We are on a Ranch about 75 miles north of S.F. but are still considered the Bay area.
I cant find a group about spinning and weaving with our own home grown wool. Does one exist? We have our own Merino sheep and after we have had them sheared I wash, card, spin and crochet or weave items, like hats, scarves and woven shawls.
also what about a group about animals like chickens and sheep?
Thanks Rosalee
At 7:50pm on January 28, 2010, Laetitia Grandval Won said…
Hi Cornelia, Thanks for your welcome! I just registered with Homegrown Boston, and I am looking forward to sharing a lot of knowledge and enthusiasm with the other members.
At 6:17pm on January 28, 2010, Robert Fenton said…
She's actually how I found this site but I see that she's not a member. I will give her a nudge! :)
At 5:05pm on January 28, 2010, Robert Fenton said…
Hi Cornelia. I would love to share my process. Are you familiar with the Natick Community Farm? My good friend Ursula works there developing school programs.
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!
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!

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