Swallowed by life! I'm trying to homestead, homeschool, learn permaculture design and stat a Transition Initiative in my town all at the same time. I realized the impossibility of this recently, so I've been focusing on getting through my class and spring planting for now, serious city-wide transition motion for later. You can have everything... just not all at once!
I took the PDC with Charles and Julia Yelton and Lisa Fernandes in ME. The best time I"ve had in a long time! Looking forward to meeting again...I thought it was you when I saw your name here.
Hi David, Just to let you know that the Urban Permaculture two day workshop in Cambridge has enough participants registered to make it happen. We have only three spots left so if you know anyone else interested in attending please tell them to sign up soon as it's limited to thirty people.
Is there a set of guidelines for what can be posted? For example I just posted a comment to Ron Martino's blog re: Maple syrup and was told that it the comment had to be approved. IS it because of the attachment.
Hi David, I recall you saying you are a moderator for this site.
The members of this site need to communicate and connect more. Our group in Newburyport has had a strong desire from the beginning to work with and learn from other groups on this Mass.ning by using it for discussion, questions, and connecting with the other Transition Initiatives around our area. But I'll be the first to admit that I/we have not followed through on the scale at which we always talk about in our meetings. We decided on Monday to make a concerted effort to do so.
I am raising the question on the Public Forum of whether we could move the Forum/Discussion section (that is currently at the Bottom of the homepage) to the top, or second from the top to make Communication more visible to the general membership.
How are things going for you in your Transition endeavors? I am hoping that all of us involved in Transition in MA can soon get together to meet.