C Lungpin wrote:
C Lungpin wrote:Big thanks to Abe! My plants were delivered safely and look healthy. Excited to finally have some Nanking Cherry, Quince, Silver Buffaloberry... and others
Update: Unfortunately only 9 of my 17 plants survived in their new home. I don't blame Abe, it's just a bummer. The hazels in particular all had buds but they never broke and leafed out.
May Lotito wrote:If it's not a hazelnut tree, then what is it?
Lokeshwar Ananda wrote:
I have an opportunity for a permie individual or couple that is accomplished in permaculture and interested in living in the wilderness. I have a 100 acre ranch in Darby, Montana where I am building the mother of all gardens. My dream is water and food independence, and I have the former and need help working towards the latter. The ideal candidate is interested in living in a charming cabin at my ranch and working towards this goal with me, and I am only at the ranch part time. You should be extremely knowledgeable and heavily entrenched in permaculture with experience growing food in the short growing season that is Montana. Please note that I am in the infrastructure stage and initially we are working on building the garden, subsequent to which we will grow food, and we are very close to being able to plant our first crops. You would also be the ranch manager taking care of the ranch while I am away. This job requires significant physical labor, and preference goes to practitioners of yoga. Remuneration DOE. If you are interested, please email a résumé and cover letter to email@example.com.