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4 ~ Please describe any projects or businesses you'd like to develop, if any? What is your "JOB" (aka "Joy of Being")? What especially delights you?
The Garden Earth Project is an international effort to regenerate our planet's natural garden state through ReGardening, a low cost, labor efficient method of food production and habitat restoration that can be practiced anywhere, in any climate under any conditions.

The ReGardening method is based on the simple practice of seed propagation and distribution, coupled with the practice of non-interference with the Earth's natural regeneration processes. The application of this method over time insures that an abundance of food and plant resources essential to sustaining human and other life become easily and freely available hyper-locally.
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Hello Ashland

The Garden Earth Project is delighted to be a resource to the Ashland area.

Can we establish a Garden Earth ReGeneration Center and satellite ReGardening demonstration sites to serve the community of Ashland Oregon in restoring it's natural garden state?

YES WE CAN ! ! ! ! !

ReGarden to Eden.

Visit GardenEarth.be to learn more

Posted on January 27, 2009 at 12:36pm

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At 1:34am on March 1, 2009, Elias DeChristo said…
let us join forces and take over ashland together we will be unstoppable. how about that 44 acre site on butler creek. i have an affinity group that may just want to do this demo site etc.
At 3:11pm on January 27, 2009, Lynn Brown said…
Hi - Is this YOU, Libby? Nice graphics! Yeah....actually THAT cat was a cat I lived with for 13 years....and then.....when Raymond & I started traveling the NW and West coast....it was just too much for my (3) cats....so....I took them back to Houston to be in the care of a trusted friend and associate. They've lived with him for the last 3.5 years...one died a year ago.....and....the MOM....a red tipped Siamese is the one that just left the planet a few weeks ago....been here for approx 16 years. She was really special....ALL said so....Cool to catch up with you on this site! Lynn
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