come in, sit down
See, it's also a way for you guys out there to connect with other folks with like interests. If you're sitting in your Sausalito apartment dreaming of mini angus bloodlines and rototillers you might just see another name from Sausalito a few comments down dreaming about coop plans and explaining his container gardens.... and before you know if you've made a farming friend. The internet is great—you'll never hear me say otherwise—but it keeps us inside a little too much. It should be a tool to network and learn from, not a replacement for three dimensional conversations and relationships. (I am talking for myself right now as much as anyone) and by saying hello here you might just spark book clubs and dinner potlucks, meetups and work parties, farm visits and advice, or just someone to grab coffee with in the Philadelphia Borders and pour over the new issue of Hobby Farms together while chatting about why your husbands think chickens are ridiculous.
So come on inside, pull up a chair, and say hello. I'll start:
I'm Jenna (28) from Washington County, New York. I've got a little sheep farm and a green sheepdog (I'm just as green) and am expecting my first lambs this spring! Looking for a knitting group to host here at the farm once a month, so we can all yak and learn from each other? Anyone into that? Oh, and I'd like to write more about gardening, cooking, and music.