There is New Money in Growing Food in Yards, Lawns, and Backyards

November 4, 2008 at 1:25 pm 1 comment

David Blume

Peak oil has arrived, and so now we kick in peak oil / post-petroleum market solutions.

Congratulations to you, entrepreneurial city farmers. You are leading the way in the new green economy. Forget carbon credits – look out for new LLCs forming farming partnerships.

We are even seeing the beginnings of people doing yard sharing, lawn sharing, and sharecropping in Portland. Bright Neighbor helps facilitate such partnerships between farmers, gardeners, land owners, volunteers, and customers.

If you live in Portland, join today! If you live elsewhere, let’s talk about getting Bright Neighbor set up where you live.

Yee haw everyone, here we go!

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A Note About Rebirth… Building a Local Food Economy, Part 2

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. DMW  |  November 7, 2008 at 1:04 pm

    Mr. McMillan predicted you would be an incredible writer.

    He was right!

    Reply

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