Justin Mikkola wrote:Hey Ashley. I do know about Wheaton Labs. It looks like a great place to visit, but between my job and other responsibilities I don't have the money for the jamboree, boot camp, etc. and definitely don't have the chunks of time. Have property myself, so would love to tour and talk and get ideas, but am looking to connect more individually with people outside of a course structure. Like saying, "hey, mind if I bring over some stuff to make sandwiches and chat about what we could do to help our area by improving our communities?" Or, "Ashley, I have no clue how to start asparagus, could I come over, help out in your garden, and see what you're doing?" If life slows down and my finances can go to the boot camp or jamboree, definitely an opportunity I'd like to take.
Greg Martin wrote:Rachel, do you have all of Sam Thayer's books on foraging? They are amazing.
Douglas Alpenstock wrote:People are fearful. They mask it by attacking....But persistent calm demeanour and genuine good will can win over many a fearful dog.