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Location:  Columbus, OH

Day Job:  Homemaker/ Student

The Digs:  Containers

Crops:  Lettuce, Tomatoes, Santa Fe Grande Chili Peppers, scallions,

Animals:  Dogs

Why I'm Getting Dirty:  Im new to gardening and really enjoy it and the idea of sustainable living. I think in todays world, between the economy and our resources we should all be trying out sustainable living :)

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  • Posted by: Up and Growing on April 8th, 2014 at 06:07 pm

    Great lesson to teach your children. They are the right age to enjoy it and make it fun so they will not look at it as a chore. I am voting for you.

  • Posted by: moriarty7238 on September 24th, 2011 at 08:09 am

    Aww why thank you:) Yes I am trying to teach my children about how to grow and care for their own food, and hope that they pass it on to their children. The planet needs everyone to do their part and I'm hoping to help contribute:)

  • Posted by: Obsidian Farms & Wellness Cooperative on September 23rd, 2011 at 11:19 am

    Your a smart lady in "today's world". Your beautiful children will be better for learning about their food and our planet.

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