[Sust-mar] e-list for native plant gardeners

Anne Rogal anne_rogal at auracom.com
Thu Mar 16 10:17:21 EST 2006

Gail, excellent links to food articles there and to food producing, thanks very much. 

The native plant e-list is a great idea, but I wonder also if it would fit within the sust-mar framework. Has the potential to bring other members into the sust-mar fold and let those on the list know about the native plant -- which is really a whole ecological framework -- information.

Just a thought, delighted to have read Flora's article yesterday as well, it was an excellent link.


Richmond County, Cape Breton

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Gail Martin" <gail at hatchcom.com>
Date:  Wed, 15 Mar 2006 14:56:51 -0400

>Sponsored by CESR:  http://cesr.dsu.dal.ca
>Hello Flora and others who may be interested in taking part in Flora's
>suggested e-list for native plant gardeners:
>Please sign me up if you proceed with this excellent initiative for NS.
>I'm surprised we don't already have one.
>In view of the recent advances made in the distribution of 'terminator'
>seeds (UK Guardian article February 9, 2005 "Canada Backs Terminator
>Seeds"), the Bay of Islands Center for Sustainable Development is interested
>in establishing a GM free seed bank. To that end, we plan to host a Heritage
>Seed Exchange this Spring, date and time, soon TBA.
>Ref: http://www.guardian.co.uk/gmdebate/Story/0,,1408821,00.html
>Gail Martin
>Did a friend forward this? Join sust-mar!
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