We got the poo we came for, and we also got to visit all of the goats, the barn cat, the horse, and two precious week-old kid goats! We also learned that Joel Salatin of Polyface, Inc. will be coming to Tampa April 19th to speak at an event called Salatin on the Suncoast. The event will be dinner and a talk by Salatin at Roosevelt 2.0, and awesome gathering place I can't wait to check out. For those who can't make it to the dinner, there will be simulcast events--"meet your local Joels"--where people can meet sustainable farmers, gardeners, and thinkers in their area and watch Joel's talk virtually. Eckerd's Sol Food Grow-Op intends to host one of the simulcast events, so keep an eye out!
This Sunday at 1pm we'll be having another workday out in the garden, so put on your gardening hats and come on out!
As always, grow strong and plant lots of seeds.
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