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Been lurking for a while, and have read and seen a lot of interesting things here, so thanks for sharing your experiences!  I live and grow edibles on a few acres of gray pine, cedar, madrone, deciduous and live oaks, and manzanita at 3,000 feet above sea level in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada in Northern California, not far from Lake Tahoe.  I really enjoy growing unusual (to some - it's all relative) fruits and vegetables, working with the land.

I've been working on a food forest project, and documenting that and other gardening efforts at http://www.foodforestgarden.org and @EatTheForest on Twitter.  To be clear, I'm not buying or selling anything - the site is not commercial, just a labor of love that I thought I'd share with the community, in case anyone is interested.

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Welcome!  I hope you'll share more about what you grow and especially how you grow it under the low-rainfall conditions you have in your region. 

 
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