Instead of destroying it for a few, why not work together in our own local communities throughout this region to begin building our futures and investing in our lives. For the other millennials out there, I hope to reach you and form a network of driven men and women that want to work hard for themselves and work together to make a future for all of us!
christopher Sommers wrote:I want to start now building friendships and networks throughout this region and neighboring places so that we can help each other learn, grow, and adapt. Recently I have been thinking about Youtube and how I love watching people in warmer climate zones showcase their food forests but hardly anything is shown about our incredibly diverse region..... I wish I had you as a neighbor because I would love to learn how to do those things!
christopher Sommers wrote:High five to you Wyatt for starting your own Herbalist business! I do have some questions concerning pokeberry. With your schooling, has this herb been something that has been brought up for fighting viruses or other hard to kill bacteria? For the Appalachian region, is there a herb(s) that are particularly well suited for Lymes?
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