Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Hi Phil! You are presented in my 'dailyish e-mail' as the author of a childrens book on permaculture. Please can you tell me where I can find more information on that childrens book?
I have the idea of writing a book for young people on gardening and permaculture, maybe I can find some inspiration in your book. Of course I do not want to 'steal' your idea
Jeff Reiland wrote:Awesome! Was just connecting the dots
Have that book, love it; and great interview on TSP!
Good luck tonight!!! I will grab your book tonight when I have my amazon info.
Let us know how it goes!
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Thank you very much, and thank Denise too, for reading the book to me! I like it very much.
I see this is a totally different book from what I want to write, my idea is for teenagers, it's more like a do-it-yourself-book
Jan Cooper wrote:Hi Phil,
Keep us informed as to your fight. I've been planting perennial drought tolerant shrubs in the curb strip. The city came out and informed me that no plants can be over 30 inches high. Ground must be level. I was going for water garden, sinking water into the ground instead of the gutter, from my home's runoff, yet the people could get to sidewalk on walkways over a pretend creek. Yet they make us pay for the street trees damaged and sidewalk repair. welcome to San Jose! Still tweeking to stay in their parameters. I hope you win your fight.