"Thanks, Wayde. You're right that I was in the middle of transition. My only income is disability which means I lost my house and had to move in with my parents in the LA area. I have some links for East Bay gardeners if you want them, though. I…"
"Hey Liz, thanks for all your hard work. Any idea when the transition to the new site will be complete? Also wanted to share that the link for the Save Organics campaign on the homepage is broken. It appears that an extra "http://" is…"
"Boo for losing funding. I hope you manage to find some work soon. I'm in school full time (read: taking out more loans) and waiting tables. On a more exciting note, I started planting this week at the yard share I'm working on! Woot."
Thanks, Wayde. You're right that I was in the middle of transition. My only income is disability which means I lost my house and had to move in with my parents in the LA area. I have some links for East Bay gardeners if you want them, though. I could email them to you.
Welp, things are going. Looking for a job (again), non-profit lost funding, blah blah blah.. we're also managing to pay rent. i'm excited about spring and getting some seeds planted, and generally trying to be active and productive in spite of the no job thing.
glad things are moving along for you! happy spring.
hey yo, what's up. yeah, i saw your post on facebook a few days ago about hyperlocavore and decided to check it out. would LOVE to find someone close by with a yard i could garden in, but it seems not many people in my neck of the woods are on this thing - least not yet!
Thanks for the reply.
My backyard gets about 6 hours sunshine in the summer. Maximum garden size, I think, would be about15'x15'.
You could come see my backyard on Sunday 3/7 after the "Age of Stupid" showing, say maybe at 2:00 pm. E-mail me at email@example.com to confirm/schedule time.
would you be interested in gardening space on the Berkeley/Albany border? I have a backyard that has some fruit trees, roses, an occasional volunteer potato, a worm compost bin, and transient deer. I don't take much time to garden, particularly now that the deer have discovered the place, but in the past, I've grown beans, peas, tomatoes, and cucumbers with varying degrees of success
Let me know if you're interested,
Good to hear from you again. Sounds like you've been very active.
Yes, it would be good to meet you. The best time for you to come over and see the garden is usually afternoons. (I am retired, so that gives me more flexibility than many people.) I should be around this Sunday afternoon 2/21. Is that possible for you? My phone # 510-647-3513.