community, environment and a sustainable future

Over the past few days I have enjoyed interacting with many of you through Twitter @Kelsgarden and comments on my Guest Post: Integrated Pest Management 101
over at It's Not Easy To Be Green's blog.

In addition to the cyber socializing I have also been busy meeting people through the Environmental Education Center and Local Food Alliance. I look forward to once again becoming entrenched in a community environmental and sustainable movement.

The sun is out here in Indiana and the temperatures are creeping towards 50. Garden fever is setting in and I have been busy mapping the property and pulling together my design ideas for this 7,000 sq ft lot. I am nestled into a historic district filled with vast lawns and hosta landscaping. I sure hope the neighbors are ready for me :)

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  1. Someone from the USDA National Organics Program just commented on my post over at http://noteasytobegreen.wordpress.com/

    To help clarify the two points that she had I have added links for the Code of Federal Regulations that addresses the NOP program, Title 7 Part 205 under RESOURCES.

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