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January 26, 2009


Amy Dykens

I just finished reading "Deep Econonomy" by Bill McKibben (only took a year - slow read, good book) and was influenced enough to join a local CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) group. I have a subscription for the spring and summer to have fresh locally grown vegetables for my family. It wasn't an easy decision to committ to 5 months of veggies, especially when I can't be sure what I'll get week to week (or what the heck to do with turnips), but I did it.

Hopefully, this little step is the first in many as I work toward teaching my children about the really important things in life - like relationships with people and living a healthy lifestyle. Maybe we'll even find out we like turnips.

Thanks for the thoughtful blog. I'll be reading.

Stephen Donahoe

That is awesome. Change starts one turnip at a time! :)


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