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I made a donation, but also wanted to share a story of thanks for the Master Gardeners. Recently my mom and I visited the MG Xeriscape Garden. She is having memory issues, but when we were in the garden, she was totally engaged - taking notes for her garden at home and reminiscing about gardens she's had. She was part of my inspiration for starting the MG program, and I was so proud to show her what we work on. Thanks to the MG program for giving us a place to connect.
Hi Janie, I was just thinking back on our classes this past weekend... And I just wanted to say thank you for all the amazing classes back in 2014! One day I was in [your] class and just yesterday it was announced that we're a finalist for the Good Food Awards of 2020 for our Seek North Pineapple/Elderflower Kombucha! It is really weird how the universe works and how a simple class and program got me deeper into fermentation and canning. I can't thank you all enough for all the canning, fermenting, and preserving experience[s] and classes!
You have helped me. I called you about acquiring some calves a couple years ago and you helped. I read your newsletter every week and have attended a couple of your workshops (wish I could get to more) and learn something from each one. I will donate tomorrow on Giving Tuesday.
I really related to your newsletter last week about cutting the trees down that fell on your fence in the storm. I put up a high tensile steel fence on my perimeter, and luckily it hasn't been tested that severely yet but good to know yours stood up. I also related because my farm is in a cell phone dead zone and am often out on my 30 acres alone. Been wondering what to do about that. If you have any thoughts about that problem (other than don't be alone!), would appreciate hearing them.
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