BTW, did I tell you my beloved stepmom has devoted half of her garden to dandelions? She said she's feeling great since she started drinking dandelion tea. And she was interested when I told her about your post on the Dandelion Magic :) Thank you!
I SO agree with you, that people would not choose as they do if they had all the facts (that certain greedy corporations and gov't agencies don't want them to have).
Have you been able to see Food, Inc. yet? My daughter and I saw it last Friday and have been promoting locally as well as online.
Did you read what Michael Pollan wrote of your childhood hero in his book that focused, at least in part, on apples? Love his writing. Don't always agree with him but appreciate his efforts very much.
I'm SO excited, the worm herd in my dining room has produced a glorious compost already, time to harvest (the lazy harvester way). Can't wait to get a bit more experience with this so I can help LOTS of others do the same. Just imagine, millions of folk using/selling/giving away rich, organic "dirt"!!!
You write so nicely and everything sounds so interesting! I like essential oils a lot and am going to your site for some tips now. Thank you for your warm comments as well, if you ever want to get a few moms together in your home for a Mom Salon let me know, I will come by phone and answer q's on anything re: development, learning, education and behavior (ages 4 months to 8 yrs) then you all can continue on and have tea, dessert etc. Lynne
Welcome to Nourishing Moms, Evelyn. And I trust your time on Twittermoms will be as warm and wonderful as it has for so many of us. Young grandma, yes? Wow, so not cool what they're doing to the mountains...appreciate you blogging.
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Again -- if there is anything I can do for you, please let me know.