Hometown: Branford, CT
May 15, 2010
Living off grid in mid coast Maine with my wife and son Wilder. Working diligently towards self sustainability. A chef with a strong interest in inspiring others to forage, farm, and eat the best food available.
My father-in-law told me about the group when i was making plans to move to Maine from New Hampshire.
I am more of a traditional gardener and looking to incorporate raised beds and permaculture concepts to existing gardens I am working with. Breaking away from the traditional rows and looking to build healthy soil in numerous zones on the land.
My wife and I share 60 acres of land with our landlord in East Waterboro. There are 4 main garden beds, each at least 70x35 feet. Numerous perennial beds around the land.
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Hi Franky, welcome! Are you working locally as a chef? I know some about plant medicine, worked a t an herbal apothecary, plan to set up a small one in my kitchen, would like to know more, grow medicinal herbs, create medicines. That might make an interesting working group to focus on growing and creating plant medicines. Lots of knowledge to gain and share. Trisha
Thanks for coming to Seattle, Frank!
You're profile pic is awesome!
You the Man! Hope we can get a date to have you at the Cafe!