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Hi Sara, I appreciate the videos you post on our site, and your networking from afar! I hope your community gardening season went well this year! Our farmlands still have not had their first frost yet, but the roads into the snow covered mountains have begun to be closed.
Today I made sauerkraut or kim-kraut, then helped friends pull in final harvest of tender nightshade vegi's before the upcoming near frost nights.
This year our local community created it's first annual skillshare faire during mid September (our busy harvest season too), and we had a great turnout of presentors & attenders who wanted to learn! Here is the website link- http://www.whatcomskillsharefaire.org/ The concept of skillshare days has been around awhile, but this past season there has been a growth of these community offerings! I'm not online often, but sometimes post more info on my faceboo site.
May the abundance of your heart be reflected back to you within the hands & hearts of your neighbors.
Hi Sabine from Transition Austria! Thank you for posting the two videos on our site. Planting trees is a healing action! Creating community currancies & alternative exchange is a pathway to resiliance & abundance.
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