STRAW BALE GARDEN

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Remember our Straw Bale Gardening Workshops in May and June?

We’re proud to report the straw bale gardens we planted are doing well…and, producing veggies! They made it through a bit of time when no one paid any attention. They also made it through the drought we’ve become all to familiar with. Not only that…they’ve been under the care of a first-time gardener…and her friends…who lovingly support her efforts when she’s out of town.

If you’ve ever felt you can’t garden because it’s too hard…or, you don’t have good soil…or, you don’t have enough space…or, you just can’t grow anything…think again!

2 Responses

  1. Hmm it seems like your blog ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say,
    I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new to the whole thing.
    Do you have any tips and hints for rookie blog writers?
    I’d certainly appreciate it.

    • Bdunaway says:

      Hi, there…

      Gosh, several people have written to me about blogging…and, I do not consider myself a blogger. I was Project Director of the Meadowcreek LINKProject and very passionate about what I was doing. That, for me, was the key. Everything that is written on these pages was essentially reporting…or inviting. I can remember writing all of it without the least bit of concern about saying something this way or that. It just flowed. I checked for grammatical errors, but other than that, i just wrote and moved on. The words flow with no problem when I’m doing that. However, at times when I’m trying to write for workshops and trainings…informational content for one thing or another…and, I’m certain for a blog…it’s a lot more difficult. Wish I could help out, but this is what’s true for me. Perhaps there’s something helpful in what I’m saying. Hope so.

      Best, Bev Dunaway
      bevdunaway@gmail.com

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