Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Supporting Shagbark

I am deviating from my normal subjects in order to share a different kind of project with you.

My sister is currently living and working at Shagbark Farm in Missouri (link goes to Shagbark's blog, where there are lots of cute animal pictures and more informative ramblings). Shagbark's mission is to "establish a sustainable, sacred, primitive homestead in northeast Missouri."

To learn more and/or donate, simply go to They have quite a few unique, handmade "prizes" depending on how much you are able to contribute. This is a worthy cause, and all donations will go a long way to helping this small farm be totally self-sustaining and "off-the-grid." Any amount is accepted :) Thanks for considering.

And lastly, a short update from Joan Shagbark:
"We’ve still got just under $12,00 to gather to reach our goal to make all these dreams come true. help us make more gardens! tell your herb loving friends and fruit tree loving friends to share the love and offer us some support. anyone who grows any of their own food (or wishes they did) might be willing to share a few words, links, or dollars for our cause. every bit of help counts. thank you, thank you, thank you. you are changing our world."

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