Erica Daly wrote:Where I work, I am considered crazy for picking up someone else's water or soda bottles, recycling every last bit of paper, etc. A new employee was reaching for a blank copy paper to write on, so I handed him my used (no longer needed) page, folded it so the outside was for writing and my stuff was on the inside. He smiled! and used it!
I like the talk on bees...I am allergic, and less afraid than as a youth. I have been growing bumble bees, etc by letting plants grow to adulthood. I have been growing lambsquarter 'trees' the last couple years.
I also bring some 'unusual' food to the lunchroom. I had been asked if I was eating a radish last summer, as I was eating it like an apple, and eat sorrel and marjoram rather than salad. You guys gave me an idea, I will have to bring in dandelion with lunch soon. The leaves are just pushing through now in New Hampshire!
Greywater systems are not OK here, but my bucket brigade to the plants is effective and part of my exercise program. I am truly impressed at what you all accomplish. Thank you for your inspiration.
I am on a mission to get others to plant their fruit and veggie seeds from foods they eat, or give them to me and I will. I call it feeding the earth.
Every day is earth day!
Wyatt Barnes wrote:I am for it but my vegan daughter might not drive my vehicle if it had beef oil in it....... That might be a good thing.