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Cristian Lavaque
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I found this website by chance while using StubleUpon and am totally happy! The chapter I found most useful was the lawn care one. Thank you! And now I come to the forum and to my surprise, find it to be powered by SMF! I'm part of the SMF team, so I'm double happy now. He he. 
 
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I just saw this post.  Thanks for stopping by.  I like the stumble thing - pretty cool!

 
                          
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Great site! Found it looking for a sourdough recipe and found a good one. The cast iron thread is a plus also. I have about 200 pieces in my collection. Looking forward to reading about the lawn care also. Jim
 
Susan Hoke
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Hi, I just wanted to introduce myself. I found this sight through one of my favorite homesteading forums. I just jumped in & started posting!

We live over on the east coast in the mountains of NC. We have been striving to live a simple basic life. We have a organic garden that gets bigger every year. This year we finally got our first chickens. That's been a lot of fun & a learning experience.

I hope to learn a lot here. I hope I have some knowledge that I can pass on too.
 
monica jenkins
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Me too! I just found this site too this weekend - what a great resource of information!

I live in Illinois just 40 miles west of Chicago. I am very interested in permaculture and sustainable living but just beginning to learn. I started raising bees last year and have always had an interested in indigenous plants. Planted clover in my lawn this year - not certain my neighbors think that is as cool as I do yet but maybe they will eventually. Read Toby Hemenways book earlier this year and thought - what a great idea! Why doesn't everyone start doing this?

As I live in the Midwest where change comes slower than the coasts, it will take us a little longer to come around. I will do my best to help that along. 

Happy to be here!
 
Leah Sattler
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monica_jenkins wrote:


As I live in the Midwest where change comes slower than the coasts, it will take us a little longer to come around. I will do my best to help that along. 

Happy to be here!


I'll help! things do move a bit slower in the middle of the country 
 
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