INDEPENDENCE DAYS #20

I followed along with Sharon Astyk’s now-completed “Independence Days” project, which ran for 10 weeks, from June through August 2022 as an “exercise [to build] community, accountability

WRITE 31 DAYS – TIL / DAY 29

29 October 2022 – Today I learned: about even more hardy native plants for New England gardens! I watched a 47-minute video this evening on

LINK FEST: 28 JUNE 2022

Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses. [Today’s

Day 23 / Writing 28 Days: Noticing

Spring approacheth here in New Hampshire, though in spurts. Today the high was 56F, and very windy, and tomorrow and Friday we’re looking at a

SEPTEMBER GARDEN BLOGGERS’ BLOOM DAY

Yep, I’m late late late. We were away on 15 Sept., the usual GBBD date, and then events overtook. But it’s the last hurrah for

Early Spring Bloomers for Pollination

I shared most of this list with my permaculture buddies a few years ago. Originally, it was culled from photos taken here in my mid-New

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