You learn something every day if you pay attention.
A new year = new beginnings. Choosing to live a greener, more sustainable lifestyle isn’t so much a resolution as a necessity as we move into 2010. The environment demands it. Good news! There are many talented and dedicated people willing to share their expereince to lead us in the right direction. Food safety, habitat restoration, wildlife protection, plant identification. Water conservation, carbon reduction, sustainability. These are the people to watch and learn from. It doesn’t hurt that they are also friendly, kind, funny and (in a few cases) completely irreverent. Follow, read, laugh, learn.
Carole Brown (@CB4wildlife) www.conservationgardening.com
Karyl (@backyardhabitat) http://native-wildlife-gardening.com
Alison Kerr (@alisonkerr) http://lovingnaturesgarden.com
Paula Crossfield (@civileater) http://civileats.com/
Ellen Sousa (@THB Farm) http://blog.thbfarm.com/
Helen Yoest (@HelenYoest) www.gardeningwithconfidence.com
Elizabeth (@FLButterflyGirl) http://elizabethssecretgarden.blogspot.com/
Sheila Averbuch (@stopwatchgarden) http://www.stopwatchgardener.com/
In addition, we’d like to share a bit of good news: the engagement of our eldest daughter to her boyfriend of six years. Yup…2010 promises to be a busy year of gardening and wedding planning. We are blessed.