Small change

I’ve decided to collapse the Agroliteracy blog into Rainshadow Farm. One of the reasons I haven’t been updating is that it just takes too much time to run mirror blogs for different purposes. Don’t want to read the unschooling and educational stuff and just get to the horticultural/agricultural items (WHAAAT?!) ? Fine – pass on through. Aren’t interested all that much in the teaching/learning items – again, readers choice! This may allow me to blog again, regularly. Between designing, building, and running this micro farm and learning center, family and friends, teaching, writing a dissertation, and….and…you know, l-i-f-e – this seems like the best solution. Thanks to Antonio and Paula for the push to get blogging again!

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About rainshadowfarm

I teach anthropology, am an archaeologist, a drylands agroecologist, community educator, and a mother of eight. I currently own and operate an educational and research farm in the southern Mojave Desert, Rainshadow Farm. I'm 100% West Virginia hillbilly. Not necessarily in that order.
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