"Hello David, Great to see you yesterday, did you say you wanted to drop of safe manure and pesticide free leaves off at Main St.? Let me know what you like to do and how we can all help each other. Be well, Nushin"
This will be the second annual Garden Coordinator's Collaboration where we work out the details of taking sustainability out into our neighborhoods. Join us to discuss what has worked and not worked in 2011 and be inspired to try new things for 2012. There will be a tour of the Applewood Permaculture Institute starting at 11:00 am, snacks and drinks at noon and then an open space type collaboration as long as people have things to talk about.See More
In 2010 there were 7 community gardens demonstrating the No Weed, No Water, No Till, Deep Mulch, Drip Irrigated gardening system that employs natural processes to build soil and produce an abundance of fruits and vegetables. It is our intention to spread the word about this way of gardening . . . with the ultimate goal of replacing all the lawns on the front range with garden . . . producing food we need right here…See More
"Hello David - I will be offering a free presnetation at the boulder library (canyon) on tuesday march 30 at 7 pm:
"How you can grow organic vegetables year round with sustainable practices and renewable energy respurces"
"dear don and nick,
count on my blessings and prayers. healing is ready and working 24 hrs a day. Gods speed on the road back to vital health. I am busy here in boulder with my masters course and garden. my beloved and I are praying for you.
How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
farming and gardening for ten years but now using permaculture to provide food for the hungry
I am serving through nice-world.org and propose numerous one acre or larger farms developing a "city farm belt" with no earth till, no hand water, no weed problem in 10 foot diameter keyhole beds that are sheet mulched .
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
The transition for me is healing with people and planet. The invitation to the banquet is offered to people and plants, garbage and god(s) to offer the unused potential for full participation of everything and everyone everywhere. E.g.: when people garden in the nice-world.org city farm belt we get p.o.p.s or proofs of participation, redeemable for produce at the harvest this year or next.
What background and skills do you bring to this community?
I bring 30 years community living and theology, 20 years massage, 10 years farming, and full presence with near fearless dedication. All this is not much compared to the incredible companions, especially sallie and ignatius, who I have been nurtured with, blessed by and and called forth to be a *force of nature* for those I love and serve.
How can you help the growth/acceptance/vitality of the Transition movement?
I can listen to the voices and share the dreams of all the beings around me. I can care for my own needs so that my life is sustainable, in balance, and harmonious with those around me. I can offer to communicate the value of including the best and the worst of us as egalitarian inclusion. Our community is where each of us is called forth and brings our invaluable individual gift which is accepted in unlimited unconditional love and sealed in intimate partnership with a sometimes searing touch by the vast and immense, though finite and local universe.
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Hello David, Great to see you yesterday, did you say you wanted to drop of safe manure and pesticide free leaves off at Main St.? Let me know what you like to do and how we can all help each other. Be well, Nushin