“We are stardust, we are golden,
We are billion-year-old carbon,
And we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden.”
Not everyone knows “how-to” garden or might not have realized that until this very moment, that you may yearn to take up gardening. And, we’ve been raised with lawn mowers as the American way of life. If you are in need of garden growing advice and mentoring, or feel you can’t grow your own vegetables due to lack of space, time, or inclination……or if you are honestly afraid to give up your lawn, I’m here to support you.
I offer garden design and yard transformation services and will provide the help you need ….”to grow more fruits, nuts, berries, herbs and vegetables, than you ever thought possible on less land than you could imagine”…and to have a truly beautiful, “yarden”.
Consider contacting me for a garden consultation.
Interested in learning about permaculture and garden-farm design in 2021? Ask me about upcoming with 4-week classes focusing on growing your food while combining perennials in your annual gardens with polyculture design. Interested in delving deeper? Consider taking an on-line Permaculture Design Course, that I will be co-teaching in a Working with Children and Youth module.
How about joining a small-scale, super friendly + creative CSA Cooperative? It’s that time of a new year to offer up memberships in our unique O’k CSA cooperative! Why are we unique? Because the letter “A” in our CSA stands for Art and Agriculture and we’ve been at this kind of cooperative garden growing and land-share farming for 13 years now!
That’s a long time commitment to sharing the garden growing and creative, educational LOVE! Help us kickstart the 2021 Spring Greens and Summer Shares by registering your membership early and receive a thank you tin of our hand-crafted “Stay Calm and Heal Tea”. This tea was specially crafted to help aid our respiratory health in these pandemic times. Private message us here or go to our website for membership details.
“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”-Masanobu Fukuoka