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Re: [permaculture-61] New Project Tips?

From: Greg T.
Sent on: Monday, December 13, 2010 3:00 PM
Come visit our community garden at 87 Schenectady near Dean Street, Imani Garden.
email me direct at [address removed] for more information.
Welcome to Clinton Hill.
Thanks
Greg
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From: Natalie
Sent: Monday, December 13,[masked]:00 PM
Subject: Re: [permaculture-61] New Project Tips?

Test your soil first, cost for comprehensive (pH, metals, and organic matter), is only about $15 via UMass Lab.

On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 2:55 PM, Jordan <[address removed]> wrote:
Hello all,

I am moving into a new apartment in Clinton Hill this weekend with a huge, empty backyard with one big tree.  I want to grow a lot of food, build raised beds, set up rain water collection, compost, etc.etc.  I also have a large roof. 
I am excited but completely  overwhelmed and have no idea where to start....It is December now, where do I go from here?  I am willing to invest a lot of time and some money into making this an amazing project.  Can anyone offer "101" advice?  Or a particular book I should I pick up?

Thanks!

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Jordan Rogoff, LEED AP
392 Clinton Ave, #3S
Brooklyn, NY 11238
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Tasting Awareness is now dedicated to teaching people healthy food preparation based on affordable, available ingredients. It empowers people to redesign their communities to support a food culture based on sustainable, local sources.

Taste is where the awareness begins that healthy change can be good and thoroughly pleasing.
The steps you make to take control of your diet re-introduces you as a participant in nature's renewable cycles with a more sustainable pattern of food consumption that will save you money.
The practices of healthy food preparation and consumption benefit from being done in community.
Communities need to self-determine to create new social structures to support health.
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