General Meeting: Organizational meeting

  • August 8, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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We need to talk about the group's activities in the next half of the year. Let's figure out what projects need to get done and find people to spear-head them.

Think of a list of projects that you would like to see done and we'll bring the list that is already going.

There will be Seed/Plant swap. Attendee's are highly encourage to bring something!

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  • Julie

    good format with individual speakers

    August 12

  • James D. Parker

    Elyse ,
    weeds that you can eat. Thanks for your nice comments.

    1 · August 9

  • James Camuso

    will bring a couple of amazing weeds

    1 · August 7

  • Kelly Conrow

    Great meeting! So glad I joined. It was a pleasure meeting wonderful, like minded people.

    1 · August 9

  • Keith

    Outstanding sharing of knowledge!

    1 · August 9

  • Leah Smith

    As usual, extremely informative and makes you itch for even more knowledge

    2 · August 9

  • Pierce

    Dennis spoke about bringing the land, the people and the resources together. Alex spoke about composting soil growing possibilities, harnessing the heat from a living compost pile and water catchment.

    3 · August 8

  • James D. Parker

    Eight Stars. Wonderful group of people ,every one really interested,always some new angle on things. I seem to think of it as the new face of the future when all the people are added together makes the personality of that larger one I spoke about.( A ) person can make a big difference, especally when they have alot of friends ! !

    3 · August 8

  • don w

    family emergency my daughter cut her foot needs stitches.

    August 8

  • Leah Smith

    Yay! I have plants to share this time! :)

    1 · August 8

  • Paul Calewarts

    Can't attend this one. Dinner plans with friends.

    August 7

  • don w

    Im looking to adopt perennials and bushes too azealas and the like we have loquats and baby trees. we will dig any for the next meeting if there's interest, also have oak chips if the shum guy is still outthere. October is the time thats best to get transplant in the ground.

    August 6

  • Tina

    Are children welcome, or should we seek as sitter?

    August 5

    • Alexander Ojeda, Jr.

      I always welcome children, but it does seem to be an adult event since we have to hold it so late. There are very rarely children there (including my own). I'd say find a sitter, but if you can't bring them :)

      1 · August 6

  • Michelle

    We will bring cantaloupe starts.
    We are looking for perennials and or trees.

    1 · August 4

    • Sharon K. Howell

      I have a lot of Razzleberry Fringe bushes maybe 40 or more. I also have Sego Palms, about 10. I can't dig these up myself due to my disabilities but if you would like to dig them up yourself they need a new home otherwise I will have to eventually kill them and I hate killing plants. I will bring some other things that I can dig up to the meeting. Sharon

      1 · August 5

  • James D. Parker

    i or I'll BE There, consider the information YOU will miss if YOU aren't there. YOU could possibly be one of those great people to HELP FEED THE W H O L E ,,WORLD. Don't forget YOU c o u n t.Yes YOU are a majority of ONE. ONE is a BIG number ,and that means YOU!

    1 · July 13, 2013

    • Michelle

      Thank you JD. I feel SO important. he he he

      August 4

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry too late for me.

    August 3

  • Pierce

    I have some eggplant sprouts to bring.

    1 · July 15, 2013

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