This summer I started selling some CSA shares to cover some costs of my conservation and breeding projects. I'm thinking about describing what I've accomplished this year regarding saved or introduced local varieties, breeding projects, tested varieties and whatever.
Any experience with something like this? Do people usually care or appreciate?
Post by Joseph Lofthouse on Sept 2, 2012 15:15:08 GMT -5
On this forum we love hearing about your seed preservation and breeding projects, especially if photos are included.
My local CSA people don't much care about my breeding projects, but some of the neighbors like to know what's going on, and some of the people at the pharmer's market are excited about my breeding projects.
Silt/clay, high-altitude, super-arid, sun-drenched, irrigated-desert garden. Cold radiant-cooled nights. ~100 frost free days. Grow most of my own locally adapted landrace seed. GDD10C ~1300. Subscribe to my newsletter to get notified about the publication of my new book about Landrace Gardening.
Oh thanks for the kind comments everyone! You make my day.
Recipes are for stealing! Although I admit, if you make something I would love to hear about it - it really helps me to know what kind of things people are interested in, and how clear my instructions are, and if it actually works. I always try to improve! And some day I might get my arse in gear and do a cookbook, and this information would be even more helpful...
(Didin't know Holly had a blog - bookmarking to read in the morning.)