Laine
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Suburb
Omata
Post / Zip Code
4374
I can offer
Nothing yet.
Food Growing Skill Level
Moderate
Experience and Qualifications
Permaculture Design Certificate, WWOOFer, Dairy
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Learning, Preserving, Seed Savers

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At 4:16pm on September 3, 2012, Bridge Scully said…
Hi laine.i culdnt add a comment to your post re preserving books but I know of one
Goodie.its called "preserving food without freezing or canning" and
Its by The Gardeners and farmers of Terre Vivante. Cheers
At 9:23pm on January 26, 2012, Megan said…

thank you very much, my goodies have arrived!

At 3:58pm on December 20, 2011, Megan said…

hello Laine, a kefir and/or sourdough culture would be most welcome :) but really  not necessary!

At 11:20pm on March 8, 2011, Pete Russell said…
Hey Laine.  Yes it did interest me.

Cool ideas. Thanks for forwarding it on.  Apologies for the delayed response.
At 9:31am on February 3, 2011, Jane Maarie said…
Thanks for the welcome laine.  Cheers J.
At 4:18pm on January 19, 2011, Maree said…

Thank you for the welcome Laine.

After years of 'dreaming' of this way of life, it's now reality.  Every moment is so full of purpose and our gorgeous remote property feeds my soul.

I look forward to learning & hearing more about other peeps in their paradise, on this site.

cheers and happy gardening

maree

At 4:15pm on January 12, 2011, Daniel Andrews said…

scruffy feathers are you sure they are not going through a moult? Mine have gone off lay too i was thinking it is too hot at the moment. with the one who is lying without a shell i read somewhere that the other thing that makes them lay without shells is a disease egg drop syndrome or a localised infection in the shell gland.

Dont know how how long she has been like that but my book say that you could put her on her own but if shes not right after a week you will have to man up and cull her.

At 5:55pm on January 11, 2011, Daniel Andrews said…
have you tried crushing sea shells in fine grit / dust my shells are always strong also try looking out for patches of wandering jew tradescantia is a great green feed for the chooks
At 10:54am on November 20, 2010, James Samuel said…
These are the sorts of things that back up my understanding that the idea of self-sufficiency is outmoded (a throw back to the '60's) and that acknowledging our inter-dependence and the need to support one another within the context of largely autonomous, but inter-linked communities is the path forward, now that we have explored the drastic results of the manufactured and ultimately impossible ideas of excessive independence.

http://sustainabletraditions.com/2010/08/self-reliance-vs-self-sufficiency/
http://www.insurgentamerican.net/2007/05/18/self-sufficiency-community-vs-individual/
http://tribes.tribe.net/eco-pioneers/thread/078159e6-4bf3-4ac6-bf21-0d56738039b6

Matt Ridley - collaboration breeds innovation - isolation does not.
http://www.ted.com/talks/matt_ridley_when_ideas_have_sex.html

Please quote me and these as much as you like Laine.
At 9:09am on November 20, 2010, jacee said…
hi Laine thanks for reading our profile...I think you are the only person to do so lol. Dont know Finn but we will work out the connection, we bought the property from wain and craig (2 super kool dudes) Kay was here 3 and a 1/2 years ago. Been itching to add to your self sufficiency group but just dont know where to start. thanks for the comment.
 
 
 

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