Friday, June 19, 2009

Green Gardening: Earth-Friendly Friday

My son 'tooned another sustainable-superhero from, which is a group of earth-friendly gals who I blog with. My son is going to toon us all. Being Earth-friendly can be more than FUNctional.

Now on to more Earth-Friendly news:

My daughter and I used to own horses. Back then, being "green" was not a good thing. It meant the horse and "maybe" even the rider was a newbie and the horse wasn't ready to ride - at least with any measure of safety. When someone said, "She's green." It meant the horse wasn't trained and/or experienced. So, being "green" was a bad thing. But things change.

And it's Not so any more. Green is good!

More news:

IT’S OFFICIAL! Master Gardeners are back in the city!

They will be staffing a table at the Portland Farmers Market in the King Neighborhood,

Sundays from 10am to 2pm.

So this is your chance to enjoy a little free-advice. And, come on people, free is a very good price. Come prepared with all your hard horticulture questions.


For all you green people out there in P.O.: The Portland/Vancouver Redirect Guide is a fun link to finding environmentally sound local businesses:

So check 'em out and help support green businesses in Portland or wherever you are.


Bish Denham said...

Yep, being green as in being, like an unripe fruit, green as in greenhorn.

Speaking of green, our string beans are starting to come on, about the only thing that will grow in this heat!

Roxane B. Salonen said...

Kim, found your comment this morning -- a nice way to begin my day and wanted to reciprocate. Always glad to connect with other writers and also glad you enjoyed the quotes. :) Have a nice weekend. Be good to yourself.

Jo said...

We have this where I live, Master Gardeners who give advice, such an amazing service.

Jen Chandler said...

Hi Kim! Just wanted to swing by from Rachelle's blog party. Nice to meet you!

Sorry to hear about your layoff. Been there; not fun.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Rena Jones said...

Oh, I love this clipart image!

Anonymous said...

We have master gardeners on public radio every week--so nice to get free advice from the experts!

Brenda said...

I took the Master Gardening course in my area about15 years ago...I learned sooo much...unfortunately, my thumbs still have no green in them...but I can grow a dandelion with the best of them...grin...

p.s. I nominated you for a Kreativ Blogger Award over on Hazel's Crock Pot Kitchen...Hugs...