Daron Williams wrote:
I'm working on a new website so I can post information about what I'm doing and the lessons I learn along the way so please watch for it over the next month or so. It may take me a bit to be fully engaged with this community but hopefully, I won't be a stranger for long!
John Weiland wrote: Welcome, Daron, and it sounds like you are off to a good start. Just thinking as I read the excerpted lines above that you may wish to consider involving some aspect of the students and curriculum at The Evergreen State College (TESC). Don't know what your current employment or career affiliation situation is at the moment, but it may even be possible down the road, probably somewhat dependent upon your academic background, to become a mentor or some sort of adjunct educator through TESC for environmental/organic farming studies. And this may as a bonus fast-track some of the local community connections you may wish to make, as well as serve as a conduit for demonstrating some of your ideas.
|And now I present magical permaculture hypno cards. The idea is to give them to people that think all your permaculture babble is crazy talk. And be amazed as they apologize for the past derision, and beg you for your permaculture wisdom. If only there were some sort of consumer based event coming where you could have an excuse to slip them a deck ... richsoil.com/cards|