The folks at Elements in Time have
issued a Growing Challenge to encourage people to grow food and
help them do it. Hey, I’m there. Click on this cool graphic for all
And thanks to Kathy for sending me this intriguing rant about environmentalists. It asks: "If it’s so easy to see that Greens are often right, why are they so damned annoying? The answer is that they hate people" and goes on to compare and contrast "Dark Greens" and "Bright Greens." Anybody see that breakdown in the eco-gardening community?
Carol at May Dreams Gardens has chosen Michael Pollan’s classic Second Nature as the Garden Blogger’s Book Club selection for February-March. I hope to have time to do a little rereading and participate because it’s chockful of challenges to conventional wisdom and a meaty discussion will surely follow.
And here’s a cool new gardenblogger thing to do: The Garden Bloggers Geography Project! Fellow map nerds, this is for us. Jodi at bloomingwriter asks readers to write posts about where they live, then send her the link for her very cool collection. Great idea.
Later today – even more links to recent gardenblog posts, so check back!