Would it behoove someone to try translating the hugelkultur article, or at least part of it into other languages?
Monte Hines wrote:Thumbs up on article! Paul
Hope I met all the requirements. If not guide me...
Jackson Barnett wrote:I agree! Posted, tweeted and (soon to be) Facebooked and Stumbled...
I just grabbed your pic and bio from makeitmissoula...
Monte Hines wrote:On subject of:
how do I get the hugelkultur article into the brains of 50 million people
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paul wheaton wrote:John,
Maybe the thing to do is to craft an article for the weekly-funky-paper. Then maybe we can all send that to our weekly-funky-papers. ??
Leila Rich wrote:Paul, I keep an eye on gardenweb.com. I wouldn't call it particularly progressive, but there's been more than a few threads started in the last couple of weeks re hugelkultur. Maybe it's coincidental, but the 'word' is definitely out there!
paul wheaton wrote:
Jackson Barnett wrote:Posted a link to the hugelkultur article at ChrisMartenson.com the other day. Today Ireplied to *another* post there, linking to Paul's article.
Little by little...
Total traffic from chrismartenson yesterday: 487
so far today: 138
Holly Brown wrote:Contact a local school (or church or community center etc) and volunteer to get a hugelkultur garden started there with the help of the students after school or as a class. The school may have enough debris from usual landscaping to provide a bit of the supply, and other businesses locally like tree trimmers would be more likely to donate if they can just stick their name on it for a good community cause (education as opposed to someone's backyard). Once you have a model, with happy principal, teachers, students, parents.. other's will want to jump on the bandwagon. As this is happening, it may spread to student's homes as they get excited about it and their parents observe. AND, (this is KEY) have one of your students in the group take videos of the process, and then get them posted to YouTube. Have this linked to your article, and whatnot. Internet is great, I love it, but I believe that human to human connection is so powerful and meaningful.
paul wheaton wrote:I think something that would be a good thing is a flyer. Something printed, on two sides of a single sheet of paper. Leave a little space for somebody to advertise their own stuff.
Anybody wanna volunteer to make a pdf that could be printed?
paul wheaton wrote:We made it onto lifehacker!
nancy sutton wrote:FYI - Got a quick reply from Mother Earth News, Heidi Hunt: "thanks for your interest, we are considering an article on this....." (I did put 'permies.com' in my suggestion.) Maybe a few more requests could speed up the process ;)