Son of Sustainable Agriculture
lenadams at mojave.win.net
Wed May 26 08:22:53 EST 1993
To whom it may concern;
I am seeking opportunities for paid or subsistence work in sustainable
agriculture, preferably within an indigenous/intentional-community or other
I am currently working with Stranger's Hill organic farm near
Bloomington, Indiana, and will be there over this coming summer learning
small-scale growing and distribution methods such as Community Supported
Agriculture. I would like to use my background in the life sciences in
support of peoples' efforts to feed their communities in economically
self-reliant and ecologically sustainable ways.
I enjoy my work at the farm and I hope that you or someone you know
will find my experience valuable. My stay there will be over by October of '93
and I would much appreciate hearing from you by then.
rijtaylo at ucs.indiana.edu
>In article <1993May25.215541.2128 at lclark.edu> matta at lclark.edu (Matt Alexander) writes:
>>In article <C7Hzvr.5Et at quake.sylmar.ca.us> brian at quake.sylmar.ca.us writes:
>>>Who pays for the Stranger's Hill farm? Is the US government paying for this
>>>experiment in petit socialism?
>>Er, color me befuddled, but does anyone know what this
man is trying
>>--- Matt Alexander
> Well, it's nice to know that I am not the only person here that's
> Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
Well, _I_ understood it....is it really that hard to see? Of
course, you COULD ask if it's germane....but now that he mentions,
I WOULD be curious to know if Stranger's Hill is a government
project or if it privately funded. It's a taxpayer thing.....
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