Sunday, February 3, 2008

Growth Industry

Community -supported aggriculture (CSA) is thriving in Flint, and Betsy's Herb Garden is a great source for local information. For a more national perspective, check out my friend Novella Carpenter's urban farm in Oakland, California:

Today I went to this salvage yard to get materials for the goat shed--yes, I put a deposit down on a sweet little dwarf Nigerian goat named Bebe, I'm picking her up next Sunday!

1 comment:

  1. What a surprise, thanks for the link. I re-upped at the same CSA as last year, and will be writing about it as the season progresses... Where else can you get 2 bags of fresh organic veggies and a monthly workshop on organic gardening, all for the low cost of 12 dollars a week!


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