Laura Trovillion wrote: adding weight to my arguments with local government when they are being stupid.
Laura Trovillion wrote:Thank you both for your insight.
We are "that house" in town. We have the " be the change" attitude, but haven't really made any impact other that being a pain in the local government's ass. Which is part of it. If I can go to the village board, not as that old hippy chick, but as a certified permaculturist, when I raise hell, I feel like it will have more weight. Maybe people will say " oh, she does know what she's doing...." And maybe I'm just dreaming....there is so much that could be done, right here in my little town with it's ranch homes and neatly mown and roundupped yards. Where every leaf is raked, bagged and burned(unless I get there first). Ditches are straight shots to rivers that constantly flood and everyone bitches about their water bills. Sorry for the mini-rant, it's frustrating.
Laura Trovillion wrote:but as a certified permaculturist, when I raise hell, I feel like it will have more weight. Maybe people will say " oh, she does know what she's doing...."
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